The Greenland ice cap is melting 5 times faster than it was just 15 years ago, and the West Antarctic ice cap 3 times faster. This will increase the rise in sea level to 4 inches per decade compared with 7 inches for the whole of the 20th century. In fact, in the past, rapid meltwater pulses have raised sea levels 14 feet in a single century.
Time to DO something.
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