What is global warming? What causes climate change? Since humans started using the Earth's resources in more incredible and wonderful ways we've seen a rise in global temperatures and changes to weather patterns that could have drastic consequences for future generations - but how much of this is due to the lives we lead today is still heavily debated. With rising sea levels and greenhouse gases increasing, one thing is for certain - the environmental impact of climate change can be felt today.
Rising sea levels is one of the most worrying consequences of global warming, threatening over 100 million people living in vulnerable coastal areas. But measuring the rate of the rise is fraught with difficulty.
Jakobshavn, the world’s fastest-moving glacier, loses 12.5 square km of ice in one of the most significant calving events on record.