"You think in a different time scale when you're writing in copper rather than in paper. ... You start to think that someone actually is coming there in 300 years reading it. ... Climate change doesn't have a beginning or end and I think the philosophy behind this plaque is to place this warning sign to remind ourselves that historical events are happening, and we should not normalise them. We should put our feet down and say, okay, this is gone, this is significant."
Författaren Andri Snær Magnason i BBC om det minnesmärke över den försvunna glaciären Okjökull som invigdes i söndags - läs mer här.