Paris Agreement Fails to Halt Rapid and Irreversible Sea Level Rise | Climate

To prevent irreversible acceleration of sea level rise due to melting sea ice, Antarctic and Greenland, the increase in global average temperature must fall short of the maximum value set by Paris Agreement2 degrees Celsius, an international team of researchers says in the journal Nature communications.

The scientists used three of the scenarios, developed by the Intergovernmental Commission on Climate change (IPCC), which detect the possible evolution of the Earth’s temperature depending on the emissions of gases with the greenhouse effect are more or less controlled together with various simulations of the Earth system with an influence on the glacier melting process.

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