Ice melt in East Greenland
Lamma Island Power Station, Hong Kong
Storms approach the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona.
Forest fires from around the United States
Storms over New York City
Women shoring up the embankment on Shakbaria River in Bangladesh
Technicians working on a massive wind turbine in Normandy, France
Hikers cross Specimen Ridge in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.
Sharks and anthias swim near the Jarvis Island National Wildlife Refuge.
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