Climate crisis: Arctic sea ice freezing at latest date on record

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It is mid-November and the Arctic has already been plunged into 24-hour darkness for the winter, but two months after the normal point at which the sea ice begins to refreeze into the huge sheets which cap the top of our planet, enormous areas of open water remain. The record-breaking delay comes after the average ice extent for October was the lowest in the satellite record, and means current ice...

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