This happens to be a widely disputed question and is constantly undergoing further research and monitoring. Although I don’t believe we can say that the ice is melting faster “everywhere,” key locations that scientist usually monitor are the arctic and antarctic ice cover. Studies do show conclusive data that arctic ice cover is reducing and “melting faster”. However, antarctic data, while not as apparent or conclusive, is still under debate whether there is a definitive pattern the changes in ice cover. While we do hear quite a bit about ice melting faster, there are indeed many places that have been experiencing the opposite, with more and longer lasting snow and ice cover. Just recently, we have been receiving surprisingly altered weather. Regions in Europe have experienced record cold winters for the decade this past year. So once again, I do not believe we can say “everywhere.”
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