Ukraine’s conflict has rippled all the way to the Arctic circle

Arctic field work, photo by John Schade

photo by John Schade

Ukraine’s conflict Has rippled all the way to the Arctic circle

The effects of the conflict in Ukraine have rippled across the globe, sending more than two million refugees fleeing, and driving up gasoline prices in the U.S., heating bills in Europe, the cost of bread in the Middle East, and even the price of potato chips around the world. But one of the most significant impacts, for the future of global warming at least, is unfolding thousands of miles away in the Arctic, where vital research on carbon emissions just came to a screeching halt.

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