Global Glacier Changes: facts and figures Worldwide mass balance measurements.
Glaciers are melting. Isn’t it crystal clear? (WGMS)
Alpine glaciers lost 35% of their total area between 1850 and 1970s, and 50% by 2000. (Zemp et al. 2006) Nearly 60%of glaciers in Spain have already melted. There are only 21 glaciers left in the Pyrenees (Gonzalez Trueba et al. 2008)
“Our industrial civilization has been pouring carbon dioxide into the atmosphere at a great rate. […] it could cause significant melting of the great icecaps and raise sea levels in time” 1958 National Academy of Science
“A 4°C rise in temperature would eliminate nearly all of the world’s glaciers”(Oerlemanns, 2000)
Dr RajendraPachauri “Claims Himalayan glaciers could melt by 2035 were false, says UN scientist”. notin2035.com
+ 2°C 61% ski areas naturally snow-reliable OECD 2006