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You will get your wish.
Human activity became the dominant influence on global climate around 1970, when the warming effect of our greenhouse gases cancelled out the natural cooling trend and kicked off the rapid global warming we've seen since then. The accelerating decline of Arctic sea ice is one symptom of our impact on the climate, but it is also a feedback. The increasing area of highly reflective ice replaced by dark, sunlight-absorbing ocean is adding to global warming. So too is the increasing quantity of water vapour that we are forcing into the atmosphere. We urgently need to bring down atmospheric CO2 before the really big carbon cycle feedbacks kick in - especially as some studies suggest that it's already too late for any realistic emissions reductions to avert the self-sustaining permafrost carbon feedback. A carbon tax is necessary but nowhere near sufficient. We're now in the position of needing geo-engineering, and the least risky and most likely to be effective is carbon sequestration from the free atmosphere. As there is little sign of governments stepping up to the plate on this, perhaps the world's rich elite would like to cough up a small fraction of their wealth to fund the necessary research. We live in hope.
Global warming is driven primarily by the increase in greenhouse gases produced by human activity, and that's not slowing down, so we can't reasonably hope that the warming will slow down either.
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