The below image provided by NASA shows the melting of a glacier in the Andes from the year 1978 to 2004 as a cause of Climate Change.
Approximately 400 billion tonnes of glaciers have been lost per year since 1944. According to NASA, “Glaciers have white surfaces that reflect the Sun’s rays. This helps keep our current climate mild. When glaciers melt, darker surfaces are exposed, which absorb heat. This raises temperatures even more.”