If all the ice in Greenland melted, the global sea level would jump by about 6 meters (20ft), and although this is unlikely to happen on any sort of foreseeable timescale, scientists have warned that the world’s largest island is reaching a tipping point due to the pressures exerted upon it by global heating.
Milman, Oliver. 2021. "Greenland: enough ice melted on single day to cover Florida in two inches of water" The Guardian. July 30, 2021.