Permafrost melting in Alaska poses huge environmental threat
Much of Alaska sits on huge chunks of underground ice that’s slowly melting, and as the ice melts it releases dangerous greenhouse gases that have been frozen for millions of years. For TODAY, The Weather Channel’s Dave Malkoff reports.
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