See previous answers. Reversing it would probably not be a good idea. Stopping or at least reducing the anthropogenic aspects of it probably would be.
It is also important to note that the earth’s climate is cyclical, and thus some temperature fluctuations are normal. However, humans don’t have the capacity to fix irreparable damage to the ozone layer, even though we caused it. When you account for solar activity and other factors such as volcanic eruptions, it becomes increasingly difficult to assess how we’d be capable of reversing the impacts of global warming. The best course of action is to reduce emissions altogether, but that will never happen.
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