Geoengineering may slow Greenland ice sheet loss, finds modeling study

One of the many effects of global warming is sea-level rise due to the melting and retreat of the Earth’s ice sheets and glaciers. As the sea level rises, large areas of densely populated coastal land could ultimately become uninhabitable without extensive coastal modification. In order to stave off this possibility, carbon emissions need to reach net negative, a state that is hard to achieve under current circumstances.

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