The last 30 years have been full of unusual ice shelf collapses and disintegrations across Antarctica, the Arctic, Greenland, and Canada.
This melting—driven by climate change—is the number two driver of global sea level rise, it harms nearby corals and shellfish, and more.
The unlocking of the Thwaites glacier threatens global sea level rise that will have consequences today, and for decades to come.
Sea level rise coupled with the weight of the city threaten to force Jakarta underwater. Thankfully, Michael Clark is on the case!