Photo @pedromcbride // Uprising. We’ve heard of sea level rise, but what about land rise? Land in Iceland is rising as fast as 1.4 inches per year in certain areas, as a result of climate change. The melting of the country’s glaciers reduces pressure on the land below and allows the surface to rise. To see and learn more, #followme at @pedrombride. #climatechange #chasingrivers #gratitude
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