Study: Methane released from Arctic permafrost could cost trillions worldwide

07/25/2013 | BBC

Scientists warn that large amounts of methane that could be released from the melting Arctic permafrost could have a huge global economic impact. The release of 50-gigatonnes of methane over 10 years could cost $60 trillion worldwide, according to a study published in the journal Nature.

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