Antarctica: “Fishing” Climate Secrets from Cold Deep Waters

The Antarctic Sea is a key engine of the Earth’s climate. It triggers a continuous exchange between the polar cold and the excess heat of the most populated areas of the planet, thus keeping temperatures at levels that make life possible. Global warming could compromise this global compensation process, putting at risk our own survival. We sailed to Antarctica with a team of scientists to find an answer to the question: Is this catastrophe really going to happen?