Stop raising the alarm that the Gulf Stream is collapsing

Melting glaciers add fresh water that could cause the Gulf Stream to change direction, according to a computer simulation. But it is far from certain that it will happen in reality, writes Léon Chafik in Forskning & Framsteg.

I am calling for a more nuanced discussion about the future of the Gulf Stream. While there is cause for concern, it should be based on sound science and extensive observations that continuously monitor the strength of the Gulf Stream.

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