Receding glaciers cause a river to disappear in the Guardian; image from the original story above.
This prompted me to think about how humans think about and remember a changing climate. it is not so often that a big change (a river disappearing) happens so often. Here are some interesting articles about memory and climate change. This long form from New Yorker (from 2003) on ice memory. This looks a great article but behind a paywall "Place, Memory, Climate Change". And another, "Climate Change and Memory":
Still thinking about human responses to climate change, but on a macro level, here are some interesting visuals of adaptive capacity. First, South East Asia, image below.