Rising sea levels
About one-quarter of the world's population lives in coastal areas that will be unlivable by the year 2100 because of rising sea levels, researchers say.
Melting ice triggered by global warming may make Earth whirl faster than before and could shift the axis on which the planet spins, researchers say.
Projections for rising sea levels are expected to increase in the new IPCC report on the state of climate change science.
Collecting data on the polar ice sheets will help scientists create more accurate models of global sea level rise.
Your allergies may get worse and forest fires more intense, here's a look at what to look "forward" to as our planet warms.
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