Blue line shows ice growth from Sept. 1, 2014 to Nov. 29, 2014. Date "2014 29/11" is noted near top of DMI page above two Greenland maps. Scroll down for following graph:
"The Greenland Ice Sheet gained a record amount of ice and snow this autumn – more than 200 billion tons. This lowers sea level, and is the exact opposite of what experts forecast, and say is happening.
Greenland Ice Sheet Surface Mass Budget: DMI
This is a big change from 1940, when the glaciers of Greenland were rapidly melting and nearing a catastrophe.
06 May 1940 – Greenland’s Climate Becoming Milder"
Courier-Mail, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 5/6/1940
Added: DMI, Danish Meteorological Institute text notes a net Greenland ice loss over the last decade. 10 years doesn't constitute a climate trend, but if Greenland had only existed for 10 years, in its 11th year, 2014, it would be getting some ice back:
"Current Surface Mass Budget of the Greenland Ice Sheet," DMI
"Satellite observations over the last decade show that the ice sheet is not in balance. The calving loss is greater than the gain from surface mass balance, and Greenland is losing mass at about 200 Gt/yr."
Via Steven Goddard commenters:
1/26/2011, "Greenland ice sheet is safer than scientists previously thought," UK Guardian, Damian Carrington
"New study overturns fears that increased melting could lubricate the ice sheet, causing it to sink ever faster into the sea."
""The Greenland ice sheet is safer than we thought," said Professor Andrew Shepherd of the University of Leeds, who led the research published tomorrow in Nature....
"The Greenland ice sheet studied by Shepherd's team is up to 1,000m (3,280ft) thick. If the entire ice sheet melted, sea levels would rise by a catastrophic seven metres, but this is likely to take 3,000 years if warm air blowing over the ice is the only way in which the ice melts."...
Comment #2: You may wish to dust off your resume if you're making a living in the fabulously funded CO2 scare industry.