The collapse of Antarctica's Larsen C ice shelf could be the beginning of a great threat to Antarctica and the rest of the world. The break-off could be followed by many others, resulting in warmer temperatures in the Antarctic and possibly raising sea level around the world.
Today we are talking about the impacts of the Larsen C break-off on ecosystems and the rest of the environment.
- Ian Howat, glaciologist, professor and investigator of glacier dynamics at the Byrd Polar & Climate Research Center, Ohio State University
- Pierre Comizzoli, staff scientist at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute
- Douglas Fox, freelance science and environmental journalist and writer of National Geographic's "Crisis on the Ice"