Climate change melts 12.5bn tons of ice in Greenland 50 years earlier than predicted–Telegraph


By Paul Homewood

The Telegraph is head to head with the Mirror in the race for worst climate story of the week:


Billions of tonnes of ice in Greenland is melting 50 years ahead of climate change schedules, preventing inhabitants from moving around the country by sledge and leading to the surreal spectacle of children playing in the Arctic sea due to rising temperatures.

A heatwave gripping the Arctic region is causing unprecedented levels of melting ice, and has also seen global sea levels rise, in a clear sign that climate change is taking its severe toll much more quickly than predicted.

The rest of the article is just a rehash of yesterday’s Mirror fairy tales.

But where on earth does the DT get this nonsense about ice melt?

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