41 percent of Sweden's glacier mass is gone

In just 92 years, a third of Sweden's glacier surface, or 41 percent of the ice volume, has disappeared due to the warmer climate. At least 30 smaller glaciers in Lapland have been declared dead, claims Professor Ninis Rosqvist at Tarfala Research Station, which is run by Stockholm University.

See the difference between then and now on SVT.

Read the interview with Ninis Rosqvist here.

Read the master thesis by Moa Hamré here.