In 15 years the ice in the Arctic may disappear completely. This is stated in a study published in the journal Nature Climate Change.

“the possibility that already by 2035, the Arctic could be without ice cover, should make humanity more to combat global warming,” — said one of the authors, a paleoclimatologist from the British Antarctic service Louise Syme. If the growth temperature on the planet will not be able to hold at around 1.5 degrees, the Earth will change radically, writes TASS.

Global warming could cause global sea level in the next hundred years will rise by several metres. Scientists do not exclude that the situation that occurred more than 100 thousand years ago, when the air temperature rises just two degrees led to the melting of Antarctic ice, could be repeated.

The growth of natural cataclysms in Russia due to the heterogeneous global warming. As the head of the hydrometeorological center of Russia Roman Vilfand, in the Equatorial regions the climate is not too change, but in Northern latitudes, the changes are significant, the Agency reports Nation News.