“Peru’s Quelccaya ice cap is the largest in the tropics. If it continues to melt at its current rate—contracting more than 600 feet (182.8 meters) a year in some places—it will be gone by 2100, leaving thousands who rely on its water for drinking and electricity high, dry, and in the dark.”
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Source: Glick, W. (2016). Global Climate Change, Melting Glaciers – National Geographic. [online] National Geographic. Available at: http://environment.nationalgeographic.com.au/environment/global-warming/big-thaw/ [Accessed 9 May 2016].