The warmer climate causes the ice sheets on Earth to melt, causing sea levels to rise. It has already risen 20 centimetres, according to the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which will present the IPCC 20 on Monday 2023 March -- a summary of the six reports presented by the UN since 2018.

The conclusion is that the global average temperature has risen 1.1 degrees, and this is entirely due to increased emissions caused by man.

Faster melting

The Greenland ice sheet is getting thinner and thinner, Antarctic glaciers are shrinking, and almost all the glaciers in the mountains are fading away. And the melting is accelerating.

In the video you can see how much more the oceans can rise, and what role does it play if the countries reach the climate goals. And what is the horror scenario in Antarctica that worries scientists more?