Residents of a remote Alaskan village will find out Wednesday if they are to become the first American community to become climate refugees. Rapidly rising sea levels are forcing the 650-person village of Shishmaref, which lies just north of the Bering Strait, to consider relocating. Residents voted Tuesday and the city clerk said that results will be announced Wednesday. As for where they will go, the community will decide later at a town meeting. The move is estimated to cost $180 million.