For a week, an iceberg as tall as the Statue of Liberty filled the villagers of Innaarsuit, Greenland, with existential dread. If a big enough part of it sloughed off, in a process known as “calving,” it would have caused a tsunami, immediately destroying the little settlement on whose shore it rested. Luckily, the iceberg continued drifting north and, by Wednesday, everyone felt safe enough to go home. Click the link in our bio to read Carolyn Kormann on why, with climate change, such events are expected to occur more frequently. Photograph by Magnus Kristensen/Ritzau Scanpix/Reuters.