https://www.washingtonpost.com/news...reenlands-melting-now-the-data-are-coming-in/ OMG i.e. the "Oceans are Melting Greenland" kind. It's kind of become obvious that hitting +20°C above normal temperatures three times over the winter is something we should take not off... The main concerns seem to be what if the rest of the world gets that level of temperature increase and what will happen to the ice on Greenland. Over 7 meters sounds like something you may notice at the beach. So this initiative is asking the question: The aim to pull together all the needed data to build a realistic model and work out the answer.