Dire warnings about 'irreversible' damage to our climate fill the front pages of newspapers in Britain and around the world.
The front pages are filled with alarm in the wake of the release of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's global climate change report - the first since 2013 - which finds that human activity is changing the Earth's climate in "unprecedented" ways, with some of the changes now inevitable and "irreversible".
An image of an elderly woman reacting to unprecedented wildfires on the island of Evia in Greece so perfectly encapsulates the global feeling of distress and fear that it appears on the front pages of the Guardian, Financial Times, Daily Mail and Daily Telegraph.
The Guardian's headline is "Global climate crisis: inevitable, unprecedented and irreversible", as the report's scientists find that while drastic reductions in emissions are urgent and necessary, it is too late to return the world to less extreme weather patterns. The piece includes a quote from Greenpeace UK's chief UK scientist warning: "This is not the first generation of world leaders to be warned by scientists about the gravity of the climate crisis, but they're the last that can afford to ignore them."
The paper's leader analysis piece begins: "As a verdict on the climate crimes of humanity, the new Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report could not be clearer: guilty as hell."