Original by Shane Swann
Medium Acrylic, coloured pencil and felt tip.
Scientific data gathered over the last two decades has discovered that the polar ice caps are losing ice cover at a rate of 9% per year. Since 1995, arctic ice cover has reduced by as much as 40%. It’s estimated that the Arctic region will be without ice caps in the next few decades. Some scientists estimate that the Arctic will be ice-free by 2040.