The Times Atlas has made it official: Greenland’s ice loss is permanent, and they have had to re-draw it in their latest edition. To the left, above, you have the nation as it appeared in the 1999 edition; to the right, a greener Greenland from the 2011 edition. Times Atlas say the fact that they have had to erase the ice “is concrete evidence of how climate change is altering the face of the planet forever”. We’re not sure the Times illustration is the final evidence, but they’ve certainly illustrated real trends. The demise of the ice sheet is revealing new worlds: Uunartoq Qeqertoq - which translates to ‘Warming Island’ – makes its first appearance in this edition, of the nation’s east coast.