Both of these “ice stories” mean catastrophic melt of two of the world’s major ice sheets:
The contribution to sea level rise will be enormous (worse then a “triple whammy”) when this ice is melted, raising sea levels around the world. Not all, but much of the ice is ground based (not ocean ice) and the glaciers that hold back this ice are giving way.
There is no “plan” to stop this, solve this, or even adequately prepare for this. Most of the world’s shipping ports will be inundated, all but ending global trade. But long before the ice is turned into water and run off into the world’s oceans, global temperatures will have ended global trade anyway. And most of global agriculture. The end result will of course, be totally catastrophic.