Fact of the Week

It’s no secret that we’re losing ice across the planet but have you ever wondered just howicicles-136301133972l much ice? Data from NASA has shown that on average Greenland has lost 281 billion
tons of ice every year between 1993-2016. At the same time Antarctica has lost 119 billion tons per year. This means that from Antarctica and Greenland alone 5,200 billion tons of ice has been lost over a 13 year period! I don’t know about you but that’s pretty incomprehendable to me..


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