Antarctic ice

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On the south pole, home to 90% of the world’s ice and a reserve of 60% of drinking water, climate change steps its foot as well. Since 2002, Antarctic has been losing ice at a rate of 125 gigatons per year, adding 0.35 mm to the sea level rise every year. That’s almost 6 cm of elevated sea levels until in the period 2002-2019, only from this region.