According to new research a cut of international greenhouse gasses by 70% over the next century can help to save much of the Arctic ice. Simulations show that if emissions are reduced, by 2100 the summer ice in the Arctic will have reached a sustainable level that will maintain itself and stop overall melting. A reduction in greenhouse gasses can also limit the increase in sea levels to 14 centimeters rather than the 22 centimeters expected if emissions continue at their current levels.
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