A brand new iceberg with an area of nearly 600 square miles has just broken off the Brunt ice shelf.
As an unprecedented megadrought continues to affect the Western United States, causing water shortages, an unusual solution to water crises is being considered.
The apparent landmass off the northern coast of Greenland is one of many vanishing islands discovered in the last five decades.
The iceberg, which weights more than 1 trillion tons, broke off from Antarctica's Larsen C Ice Shelf in July 2017.
The marine life has been covered by the Larsen C Ice Shelf for up to 120,000 years.
The glacier has long been receding.
The Emirati firm believes the scheme could also affect the dry climate of the Gulf and attract tourists.
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