A new study has revealed that Arctic Sea ice may disappear even if we meet the Paris Agreement goals for climate change.
According to the study, the Arctic sea ice would melt during summertime even if the rise is limited to 2 degree Celsius.
However, if global warming stays within the 1.50 degree Celsius range, chances of an ice-free Arctic are very minor.
It adds that if the temperature reaches to 2 degree Celsius, chances are one out of three of a complete Arctic ice meltdown.
However, if it reaches to 3 degree Celsius, it would likely lead Arctic to become a totally ice-free region.