In northern Italy, a helicopter group is on a grim mission.
They're heading to the positioning of a deadly glacier collapse.
Their job is to find the lifeless.
"If we see something like components of kit or garments, I am going to retrieve it," says Riccardo Manfredi, one of many Guardia di Finanza search and rescue group.
On Sunday, a huge chunk of the glacier on Marmolada mountain broke off, triggering a landslide because it hurtled down the slope.
Specialists say 260,000 cubic metres of snow, rock and ice fell at speeds of extra 300km an hour. There was little warning; no probability to flee.
At the very least 10 individuals have been confirmed lifeless.
'It isn't regular'
Because the helicopter flies nearer to the mountain, you'll be able to clearly see the hollowed-out space the place the collapse occurred.
It is believed a heat winter with much less snow and a summer time heatwave melted the ice, making it unstable.
Italy's Prime Minister Mario Draghi has mentioned the incident is "no doubt" linked to climate change.
The rescue groups have additionally observed the altering surroundings.
"It isn't regular this excessive temperature - and we see the glacier has melted. Most likely, within the subsequent decade the glacier can have disappeared," says Mr Manfredi.
Hovering temperatures have sparked a state of emergency in 5 areas of northern Italy as a consequence of drought.
Water ranges have dropped eight meters in some stretches of Italy's longest river, the Po.
Within the city of Gualtieri in Emilia-Romagna, boats sunk throughout World Struggle Two are once more clearly seen as a result of plummeting river stage.
"I've by no means skilled a scenario like this in my all life. It is so dramatic. We all know effectively what the dearth of water means on this space [for the economy]. I've by no means seen a scenario like this," native mayor Renzo Bergamini tells us.
However consultants say the scorching summer time is a part of a wider development.
"This sort of summer time is definitely what we anticipate for local weather change. It is a sign of local weather change," says Susanna Corti, director of analysis on the Italian Nationwide Analysis Council.
"Sooner or later, within the completely different [scientific] situations and, specifically, within the extra excessive situations the place there is no such thing as a mitigation by way of emission of CO2, we'd anticipate precisely what we're seeing."
Even the world-famous cheese Parmigiano Reggiano is being affected - the intense warmth is hitting milk provides.
Parma-based farmer Luca Cotti says the drought has broken the tightly regulated crops wanted to feed his cows.
The excessive temperatures additionally stress the herd, decreasing the quantity of milk they produce.
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"Within the stables, the excessive temperatures trigger the animals' appetites to say no, [causing a] lower in manufacturing and within the long-run a lower in fertility," he explains.
"We should survive. We're already designing air-conditioned stables to adapt our enterprise. One other resolution, our 'Coldiretti' organisation has been calling for, is for authorities to create water containment basins."
Individuals right here don't have any selection; they need to adapt: saving water, altering crops, and braving the warmth as Italy bakes.