What does COP26 mean for global glacier and ice sheet change?

Earth’s glaciers and ice caps (here, we differentiate from the two ice sheets, the Antarctic and Greenland ice sheets) are shrinking at an alarming rate. Each year, global glaciers are losing more mass than is being replenished in each accumulation season. 28 trillion tonnes of ice were lost from 1994 to 2017[1], and rates of …

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