I am hopeful, but looking at current emission rates it is possible that the amount of emission already released could do substantial damage to the artic ice caps. A study done by a NOAA oceanographer examined what impact emissions that were already released are going to have on artic ice. The results were that pollution will greatly reduce the ice by 2050, regardless of future emissions. The damage has already been done, the oceanographer stated, “The amount of emissions we have already put out in the last 20 years will stay around for 40 to 50 years… I’m afraid to say that a lot of impacts we will see in the next 30 to 40 years are pretty much already established.”
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