Sure, the ice could come back eventually, but that may not be for hundreds or even thousands of years when the Earth goes into another cooling cycle. While this is inevitable, climate change mitigation is trying to deal with what might happen in the next hundred years or so, and not hope for a global ice age. Before those ice caps return there could be sea level rise, flooding low lying areas, severe weather events will increase, and climate patterns will become more unpredictable greatly affecting agriculture and those countries and people who do not have the money and infrastructure to handle harsh weather.
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