Why the ice in Antarctic sea is increasing despite global warming?

Global Warming is a realistic threat that is harming our planet’s ecosystem. Due to global warming, the CO2 levels are increasing day by day and the artic is losing its ice caps with alarming rate. But there are some people in the world that think global warming does not exist and is fake government propaganda.

Their most compelling argument is the increase in ice levels in the Antarctic sea over the last couple of years. They say if the ice levels are rising, how the planet can be getting warmer. But the scientists now have the answer to this question.

1 What is global warming?

Global warming is defined as a gradual increase in overall temperature of Earth’s atmosphere due to the greenhouse effect caused by the emission of CO2, CFC and other pollutants.

In short the use of harmful gases and pollution are warming the Earth’s atmospheric pressure gradually. This is affecting the levels of CO2. This has resulted in changes in rainfall patterns, melting of ice caps, melting of glaciers and serious effects on the flora and fauna of the seas across the world due to increase in water temperature.

What is global warming?

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