Study: Greenland ice melt due to ‘global warming’ found not so bad after all
From the UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH and the “note the soot on the ice in the image they included above” department:
Satellites shed light on Greenland Ice Sheet response to warming
Parts of Greenland’s ice sheet have been found to be less vulnerable to climate warming than was thought – a discovery that could have a small but beneficial impact on sea level forecasts.
Satellite images have revealed that despite dramatic increases in ice melt across Greenland in recent years, the speed of ice movement in some areas has slowed down rather than accelerated.