A man looking at icebergs from the Sermeq Kujalleq Glacier, a.k.a. the Ilulissat Glacier. The glaciers of Greenland are melting much faster than earlier predicted. Before 2004 inland ice gave off between 50 - 100.000 cubic kilometers of melting water annualy. New figures show that this number is now up to 300.000, an increase of 400 percent.

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A man looking at icebergs from the Sermeq Kujalleq Glacier, a.k.a. the Ilulissat Glacier. The glaciers of Greenland are melting much faster than earlier predicted. Before 2004 inland ice gave off between 50 - 100.000 cubic kilometers of melting water annualy. New figures show that this number is now up to 300.000, an increase of 400 percent.
Orjan Ellingvag / Alamy Stock Photo
Image ID: W19PJC
Location: Ilulissat, Greenland