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Switzerland: Disastrous melt rate of glaciers recorded

By DW
29 September 2022   |   4:20 pm
Melting ice is one of the key threats of climate change. This year, low snowfall and persistent heat waves caused a 6% loss of glaciers in the Alps, according to a new Swiss study.

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