Photo essay: How #climatechange is melting, drying and flooding Earth — in pictures — @nature_org #ActOnClimate

Click through to view a gallery of stark climate change photographs from the Nature Conservancy.

This aerial view of the sea ice in East Greenland was captured by photographer Florian Ledoux using a drone 250 metres above sea level. Scientists have estimated that 2019 could be a record year for ice loss in Greenland. The melt season began weeks earlier than usual, and ice thawed faster than normal for the spring and summer months. During a summer heatwave, inland temperatures rose 12 °C above average and about 55 billion tonnes of ice melted in just 5 days.

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