The world’s glaciers are losing 267 gigatonnes of ice per year, driving a fifth of global sea level rise

spikes are scaled by annual mass change

Alaska loses 66.7 Gt of ice per year, the most of any region

Greenland

35.5 Gt

Rates of loss in the Himalayas are lower than in most other regions

Southern Andes

18.7 Gt

Antarctic and sub-Antarctic

20.9 Gt

spikes are scaled by annual mass change

Iceland

9.4 Gt

Northern Canada

30.5 Gt

Greenland

35.5 Gt

Alaska loses 66.7 Gt of ice per year, the most of any region

Rates of loss in the Himalayas are lower than in most other regions

Antarctic and sub-Antarctic

20.9 Gt

Southern Andes

18.7 Gt

Northern Canada

30.5 Gt

Greenland

35.5 Gt

Iceland

9.4 Gt

Alaska loses 66.7 Gt of ice per year, the most of any region

Rates of loss in the Himalayas are lower than in most other regions

Annual mass change

+2 Gt

-2 Gt

Antarctic and sub-Antarctic

20.9 Gt

Southern Andes

18.7 Gt

Northern Canada

30.5 Gt

Greenland

35.5 Gt

Iceland

9.4 Gt

Alaska loses 66.7 Gt of ice per year, the most of any region

Rates of loss in the Himalayas are lower than in most other regions

Annual mass change

+2 Gt

-2 Gt

Antarctic and sub-Antarctic

20.9 Gt

Southern Andes

18.7 Gt