Increasing Rate of Ice Melt in Greenland: "the ice is becoming soft, like butter".

Another in Peter Sinclair's excellent "This is Not Cool" videos produced for the Yale Climate Forum. Scientists provide insights on recent unprecedented melting of Greenland's interior ice sheet. Dramatically increased melt rates in Greenland from melt pools draining into moulins, basically rivers of melted ice. 42 million litres of fresh water drained out of one moulin per day. There are hundreds, possibly thousands more moulins on Greenland. Greenland is losing enough water each year to cover Germany 3 feet deep. “We’re in the midst of a climate catastrophe and glaciers are at the epicentre of that problem. The water is increasing the rate of ice melt in Greenland and the core of the ice sheet is becoming soft, like butter".