The newspaper reports that large pieces of ice break away from the huge glaciers of Greenland are melting in the Atlantic ocean, however, the greatest ice loss since 2003 occurred in the South-Western part of the island, where there are almost no huge glaciers. The newspaper notes that the surface ice melts due to global temperature rise, the flow of melt water into the ocean and raise the water level. South-Western Greenland, which has not previously been considered as a source of disaster for coastal cities will become the main source of rising sea levels in the future.
"The only thing we can do is to adapt and mitigate the effects of global warming, it's too late to avoid the consequences... This will lead to further sea level rise" - leads edition of the words of Bevis.
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