A village needs to move nine miles to avoid being swallowed by rising waters
To save coastline, the state is attempting the “most important environmental construction project in US history.”
Vancouver, Halifax, and Tuktoyaktuk are on the front lines.
High mountain oolong tea is one of Taiwan’s most beloved products, yet the government is destroying tea farms at high elevation in the name of environmentalism.
In this extra scene, VICE News learns how the oil and gas industry in the gulf is responsible for Louisiana's vanishing coast line.
In this excerpt, VICE News heads to Isle de Jean Charles, an island in Louisiana considered by many to be beyond saving from the rising tide.
While estimates of the total length of the world heritage cite remain unclear, local surveyors and conservationists say human and the environmental factors are helping to erode what remains.