Russian climate scientist gets choked up reporting on the potential for methane escape in the Arctic

source: youtube

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    Loyce Jacobi
    There is someone doing something about it. The idea was to reintroduce wildlife in this area. I am searching for sources. Edit: found it : []( > Ecologist Sergey Zimov has studied the decaying Arctic permafrost for decades, and has a plan to preserve it with millions of herbivores. ... > Now, Zimov is straining credibility again with his proposal for containing the threat. He has called for rewilding the Arctic: repopulating vast swaths of the permafrost zone of Eurasia and North America with large herbivores. By restoring the mammoth steppe, he says, those megafauna would help to keep the permafrost intact even as the atmosphere warms. He looks like a mad scientist, but this post is 5 hours old, and he's been on it since the 80s. He deserves some attention, as well as the AMEG Edit2: support and reach the Pleistocene Park [here]( In no way am I saying "this is the solution. donate here and save the world". but if that thread can help even more than raising awerness, this is a [real]( scientific community on the front line, and scientists need funding Edit3: [here]( is the same link for the International Arctic Research Center, major scientists on the front line, where Natalia Shakhova is a research associate