How climate change is already altering oceans and ice, and what’s to come

Seas will continue to rise and glaciers melt even if nations curb greenhouse gas emission

tidewater glacier Greenland

Climate change creates a whole world of problems, from melting glaciers (a tidewater glacier in southeast Greenland in the summer of 2018 shown) to the ocean floor — and it’s probably only going to get worse, according to a new IPCC report.

Image courtesy of Eric Rignot

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