It's no question that climate change and it's many side affects have affected life here on Earth. Most of the time these things affect life badly, but new research may show otherwise in one scenario. Researchers from University of Southern Denmark have published a new study that suggests that the melting sea ice in the Arctic circle may be part of a chain reaction that leads to increased algae production. This increased algae production can then branch off and lead to many other things such as decreased Carbon in the atmosphere, shelter for certain fish and sea life, and food for other sea life. Humans should be aware of this because while climate change is our fault and irreversibly damaging the Earth, we must also study any positives that may come of it and try and find ways to potentially manage the harm we do to the Earth.