London, after 4 degrees Celsius of warming
Today is the final day of the international climate change conference in Paris, where experts and government representatives from all over the globe have convened to discuss the issue and decide what they are willing to do about it as a group.
Many experts predict parts of cities worldwide becoming submerged underwater, as a result of melting glaciers and ice caps. The linked Esquire article illustrates such a scenario, with striking images showing some of the world's most iconic structures half drowning or completely under. The option to see satellite images of the highlighted areas is also included.
Above and below are two examples; see all of the images here.
Durban, South Africa after 2 degrees Celsius of warming
Durban, South Africa after 4 degrees Celsius of warming