June through August 2023 were the hottest three months ever recorded, according to the World Meteorological Organization.
"The issue is not about running out of water, it's about having water in the right place," Lis Mullin Bernhardt, from the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), told Live Science.
The ground beneath Chicago is deforming as a result of heat leaking from underground structures — a phenomenon dubbed a "silent hazard" for cities across the globe.
"Translocations have come to symbolize the mixed feelings I have about our relationship with the natural world," photographer Marcus Westberg said.
Fluchthorn in the Silvretta Alps is now around 60 feet (19 m) shorter than it was before — and more mountains are expected to follow suit as temperatures thaw the permafrost holding them together.