From Citizens Climate Lobby:
A significant part of the Greenland ice sheet itself is thought by scientists to be close to a tipping point of irreversible melting.
The Greenland ice cap is losing an average of 30 million metric tons of ice an hour due to the climate crisis, a study has revealed, which is 20% more than was previously thought. A metric ton (2,204.6 pounds) is slightly larger than an American ton.
Some scientists are concerned that this additional source of freshwater pouring into the North Atlantic might mean a collapse of the ocean currents called the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation (AMOC) is closer to being triggered, with severe consequences for humanity. READ MORE
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