(EXPRESS UK) – The threat of global warming and rising sea levels is increasingly likely, scientists have warned.
According to NASA's climate change trackers, global levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide are at their highest in 650,000 years and the ice sheets are melting at a staggering rate of 413 gigatonnes per year.
But a team of international scientists may have now found a potential upside to rising global temperatures.
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A study, published in the journal Scientific Reports, claims the impacts of global warming could unlock boreal regions for farming by 2099.