This file satellite photo taken on September 29, 2005 shows the minimum concentration of Arctic sea ice in 2005 that occurred on September 21. Scientists are warning sea ice could disappear due to global warming. Photo: AFP This file satellite photo taken on September 29, 2005 shows the minimum concentration of Arctic sea ice in 2005 that occurred on September 21. Scientists are warning sea ice could disappear due to global warming. Photo: AFP
This file satellite photo taken on September 29, 2005 shows the minimum concentration of Arctic sea ice in 2005 that occurred on September 21. Scientists are warning sea ice could disappear due to global warming. Photo: AFP

Arctic sea ice in danger of completely disappearing

One scientist estimates summer sea ice could be gone in another 40 years

Topic |   Climate change
This file satellite photo taken on September 29, 2005 shows the minimum concentration of Arctic sea ice in 2005 that occurred on September 21. Scientists are warning sea ice could disappear due to global warming. Photo: AFP This file satellite photo taken on September 29, 2005 shows the minimum concentration of Arctic sea ice in 2005 that occurred on September 21. Scientists are warning sea ice could disappear due to global warming. Photo: AFP
This file satellite photo taken on September 29, 2005 shows the minimum concentration of Arctic sea ice in 2005 that occurred on September 21. Scientists are warning sea ice could disappear due to global warming. Photo: AFP
READ FULL ARTICLE