Report: Arctic May Be Ice Free By 2054

A reduction in ice coverage can impact commercial activities and coastal jobs.

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The Arctic, which had 1.3 million square miles of ice coverage in 2012, could have fewer than 400,000 by the 2050s, enough to be considered 'ice-free' for commercial shipping.

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