Burying your head in the sand won’t help.
The biggest factor driving sea level rise is thermal expansion.
As the Earth warms the ocean warms and warmer water takes up more space.
The Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change concluded that this phenomenon accounts for 30 to 55 percent of global sea level rise while melting glaciers account for 15 to 35 percent.
Chief sources for this water are the ice sheets covering Greenland and Antarctica.
As far as Greenland’s ice loss goes ‘we don’t know exactly why the pace has increased as ice sheets are dynamic and quite complex’.