New findings have revealed that the annual melting rate of global ice has risen sharply and corresponds to the worst-case scenario predicted by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).

The peer-reviewed findings, made by researchers from the UK and published in the European Geoscience Union’s journal The Cryosphere, are among the first comprehensive analyzes of global ice loss.

Excluding permafrost and winter snowfall, the survey covered all of the planet’s ice — 215,000 mountain glaciers across the globe, ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica, ice shelves in the Arctic and the Antarctic, as well as sea ice Huh. …

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