An iceberg floats in a fjord near the town of Tasiilaq, Greenland, in June 2018. Greenland is often considered by scientists to be ground zero of the Earth's climate change.
The massive island is mostly in the Arctic, which is warming twice as fast as the rest of the planet. Melting ice from Greenland's ice sheet is the largest contributor of all land sources to the rising sea levels that could become catastrophic for coastal cities around the world. "Seeing the size of these icebergs in the water was like looking at entire city blocks floating around," Reuters photographer Lucas Jackson
Published 1816 GMT (0216 HKT) August 30, 2019
When you think of what climate change looks like, perhaps you think of giant icebergs — like the one above — melting in the Arctic.
But it's so much more than that.
It's also extreme heat contributing to record droughts and raging wildfires. It's a rise in sea levels, making more places prone to flooding. It's stronger, more devastating hurricanes.
These images, shot by photographers all around the world, show us how the planet is changing.