The ice we’ve lost to climate change this past decade, visualized

The ice we’ve lost to climate change this past decade, visualized

by Umair Irfan, Vox –

As polar and mountain regions have warmed, the extent of sea and land ice has declined.

One of the most poignant climate moments of 2019 was a funeral for ice: an August ceremony in Iceland for the country’s Okjökull glacier. As can be seen in these NASA satellite images, the glacier declined dramatically between 1986 and 2019:

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