The planet is going through a drastic climate change. The glaciers are melting, wildfires are a more frequent occurrence, hurricanes and storms are becoming more intense, more and more places are experiencing greater flooding, extreme droughts are eliminating whole water sources and we humans are still not taking the necessary steps to stop all of them. Many organizations are keeping an eye on what’s going on in the world climate-wise and if we don’t keep up, there would be no planet B!

Here we have a few before and after pictures of places to demonstrate the effects of climate change, whether that be melting sea ice, water contamination, rising sea levels, or deforestation.

These photos have contributed to raising awareness and inspire humans to act right now.

1. Aculeo Lake disappeared in just 6 years

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CHRISTIAN MIRANDA/AFP

2. Iceland’s Okjokull Glacier was commemorated in August 2019

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NASA Earth Observatory

3. Theewaterskloof Dam in South Africa is dried up

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(T)Olga Ernst/Wikimedia Commons (B)Werner Bayer/Flickr

4. Grinnell Glacier is no longer a glacier

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(L)T.J. Hileman/Wikimedia Commons (B)Blase Reardon/Wikimedia Commons

5. Climate change caused an 89% decrease in new coral on the Great Barrier Reef

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(T)Ryan McMinds/Flickr (B)coralcoe

6. Wildfire in Amazon

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(T)Phil P Harris./Wikimedia Commons (B)JOAO LAET/AFP/East News

7. The flooding of the Ganges River in Allahabad has left people homeless

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(T)Biswarup Ganguly/Wikimedia Commons(B) SANJAY KANOJIA/AFP/East News

8. Pedersen Glacier, Alaska, 100 years ago and now

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For fun

9. Victoria Falls has turned into a little stream

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Guardian

10. This whole glacier turned into water

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USGS/Exclusivepix Media/EAST NEWS

11. The flooding of the Mississippi River

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(T)Quadcities2012/Wikimedia Commons (B)Quad City Times/Associated Press/East News

12. California’s Lake Oroville has almost completely dried up in just 3 years

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13. Street of Venice being flooded

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(T)Sergey Ashmarin/Wikimedia Commons (B)Xinhua News/East News

14. Lake Urmia is about to dry and is turned red

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(T)Ali Entezari/Wikimedia Commons (B)Amir Sadeghi/Wikimeid Commons

Also read: 15 Pictures Which Shows How Things Have Changed With Nature