Because of global warming, the probably lability of extreme weather events are increasing. There is more moisture in the atmosphere over the oceans so that people who receive rainfall from front set move in over the ocean will more likely see more flooding. Though it may seem strange, a warmer Earth increases the rate of evaporation so areas which do not receive moisture from the oceans will likely see more droughts and wildfires. The areas of Bangladesh near the ocean are already subject to flooding and it will likely be much worse in a warmer climate. The part of the country at low elevations will be much more likely to be damaged by storm surges from typhoons because of the rise in the oceans. The ice on Greenland is starting to melt and if that occurs the sea level may eventually rise as much as 30 feet, inundating most of the land along rivers near the ocean where food is grown. People who live from the land are much more dependent on the weather than people in more developed countries. They do not have the resources to bring in food when needed or to rebuild after a severe storm or to meet other environmental challenges. The villages of the Sherpa are being threatened by ice dams that hold back water from the melting glaciers in the life of the Inuit is changing because they are not able to go out on the sea ice as much to hunt. Climate change is affecting the lives of people in richer countries, but most do not recognize it as such even though it is costing them more money to repair storm damages, rebuild after wildfires, and pay higher insurance rates and more for food. It is not seem fair that the richer countries are the one producing the carbon dioxide and the poor ones or experience a greater changes in their life because of it, but that's how it is. The references below show that extreme weather events are becoming more likely, show some of the changes that global warming is causing to the Earth and how it may affect the food supply, and how is affecting the life of the Inuit and even Oklahomans as examples.