Children are already living it.
Photographers from around the world share photos of kids to help us see what climate change really looks like.
This young man from Shuswap, British Columbia, is hanging out in his family pickup, watching the world around him go up in flames.
The tiny pine bark beetle, thriving in hot, dry summers and mild winters, is causing millions of acres of trees to die all over the western U.S. and British Columbia. And what do hot, dry summers plus acres of standing dead timber mean? You guessed it: big, hot wildfires. They've gotten so severe that it's become a pastime to go out at night and watch the "fireworks."