A team of international and Australian researchers say that even if every nation on the planet meets Paris Climate Agreement Targets for emissions, it won't stop seas levels from rising.
By 2300, we're looking at global rise of 0.7 to 1.2 metres, no matter what. But that doesn't mean we should scrap the agreement, not at all. Because for every five years we delay meeting the set targets, you can add another 20 centimetres to those levels, according to the study.
But what do the experts have to say?