DECEMBER 2012 – next issue: February 2013

At 24 kilometres in length, the Great Aletsch Glacier between Valais and the Bernese Oberland is the largest glacier in Europe. It has lost almost 30 % of its volume since the 1970s. Experts expect it to melt completely before the end of this century.

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