Greenland melting 'faster than expected'
Greenland is losing ice seven times faster than it was in the 1990s. The assessment comes from the Imbie group - an international team of polar scientists who've reviewed all the satellite observations of the past 25 years. The researchers say Greenland's contribution to sea-level rise is now tracking the more pessimistic projections for future change. This video shows most of the ice loss is occurring in coastal regions.
Source: Imbie/ESA/Planetary Visions
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