Permafrost, mostly found in high-latitude regions like the Arctic, stores large quantities of carbon dioxide and methane, which are released when it melts. sbs.com.au APR 11, 2017
"An increase in global warming by 2 degrees Celsius would thaw more than 40 per cent of the earth's permafrost, according to the study... An estimated 35 million people currently live in cities or towns on top of permafrost..."
Jennifer Hynes Interview
with Dahr Jamail April 2017
Climate Watch Shorts: Melting Permafrost
Chasing Methane' with Mark Bittman
Ok, now you can go back to your obsession with Canadian housing prices and where they go from here.