Whether it is the Lambert in Antarctica, the Vatnajökull in Iceland, the Baltoro in Pakistan or those of Aletsch and Argentière in the Alps, all the great glaciers of the world are in danger.
The images, which compare their thickness several decades apart, speak for themselves.
Less spectacular, the smallest of them, with an area of less than one square kilometer, are in an even more dramatic situation.
The results of a new scientific study, published Friday, January 6 in the journal Science, predict for sure their death by 2100.
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