Earth is losing more than a trillion tonnes of ice a year due to climate change - enough for a 10 km-wide ice cube that would dwarf New York City.
Our latest computer graphics illustrate science results from the UK's Centre for Polar Observation and Modelling, who used data from CryoSat and other ESA satellites to measure the ice lost from glaciers, ice shelves, ice sheets and sea ice since 1994.
Computer graphic ice cube scaled to match an oblique photo of New York City taken from the International Space Station by NASA astronaut Jeffrey Williams in 2016. Graphics and compositing by Planetary Visions for the University of Leeds and the European Space Agency. (Planetary Visions/ESA/NASA)