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Daria

Fedunova

London

2048

Antarctica is one of the treasures of the Earth. Iron ore, rock crystal, coal, copper, nickel, lead - hundreds of significant ore deposits are located on the mainland. According to scientists, there is oil and gold in Antarctica. In addition, about 80% of all fresh water on the globe is stored in glacial masses today. According to the international agreement on Antarctica until 2048, the mainland is a demilitarized zone where weapons testing, nuclear explosions and the disposal of radioactive waste are prohibited. But what will it happen when the treaty loses its force?