A new study indicates that the last interglacial period may give us a picture of where the planet is headed now, as greenhouse gases increase and temperatures rise.
Nearly four million Americans are at risk of severe flooding by the end of the century as climate change raises sea levels around the country.
Arctic sea ice concentration was at its second-lowest ever in March, according to data from NASA.
Rising sea levels could threaten an average of nine percent of the land within 180 US coastal cities by 2100.
It's not just sea levels that are rising as Greenland's ice melts - Greenland is too.