It is estimated that the melting of Greenland's ice sheet will result in nearly a foot of sea level rise

The Greenland ice sheet raises sea levels by nearly one foot It was found that 

 the Greenland ice sheets could lose enough ice to raise sea levels by almost one foot.

If the rate of warming continues, Greenland's contribution 

to sea level rise could be more than 60 cm within a century. 

 However, it may take decades for the world to reach net zero emissions.

He said: “No matter what we do, it will become clear within the next century.

 These five steps will help cut our dependence on fossil fuels and save the planet." .

 Further melting of the Greenland ice sheet will add to global average sea level rise from a warmer ocean.