Greenland’s ice is melting faster and faster

Greenland ice melt will raise global sea levels at least 10 inches, scientists conclude.  The scientists worry severe melting events, like the melting seen in 2012, could push eventual sea level rise closer to 30 inches.



Greenland’s Melting Glacier Could Raise Sea Levels Twice as Much as Predicted.



The best-case scenario for Greenland ice melt just got worse.  In a warming world, scientists keep needing to revise their projections.



Greenland Ice Melt Will Raise Global Sea Levels at Least 10 Inches, Scientists Conclude.