Climate Crisis

Greeland’s sea level problem is rising

By 2100, freshwater from three Greenland glaciers could raise sea levels more than previously thought.

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The findings, published this week in Nature Communications, show that under the worst-case scenario for greenhouse gas emissions, sea levels could rise by 9-15 millimeters or more by 2100.