Every morning Hannah Obodai is sweeping sand from the floor of what used to be a part of her house. A recent storm in September made the seawater reach all the way into the coastel fishing village of Adina, Ghana. Wiping out with tremendous power entire houses. In less then 50 years Ghana’s primary rainforest has been reduced by 90%. The September storm is one of the latest examples of how global warming is accelerating and changing the face of the earth. And how entire communities living along coastal areas are at risk from rising sea levels and at the end migration. For as long as carbon emissions continue to rise and rainforests are being reduced to irrelevance there is nothing what will stop the immense power of an increasingly heated and acidic sea.