From the Everglades to Kilimanjaro, climate change is destroying world wonders

The number of natural world heritage sites at serious risk from global warming has doubled in three years, says the IUCN, including the Great Barrier Reef and spectacular karst caves in Europe

Life along the vanishing shorelines of the Solomon Islands – in pictures

Trees, graveyards and everyday life are being encroached upon by rising sea levels on the Solomon Islands. Local people are trying to adapt

Whale hunting in Alaska: Point Hope, the village caught between tradition and climate change

Alaska had its hottest year on record in 2014, and for villagers in Point Hope who have hunted and foraged their meals for generations, climate change threatens their way of life: ‘It’s about more than just meat’

Cape Cod photographer captures images of large ice chunks washed ashore

The beached icebergs, which are at least 5ft tall, are a conspicuous reminder of a record-breaking winter in Massachusetts