Climate change damaging more World Heritage sites, report says

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Climate change damaging more World Heritage sites, report says

Swiss photographer David Carlier takes photographs July 21 of the Swiss Aletsch glacier, the longest glacier in Europe, on the sideline of his photographic exhibition, in Fieschertal, Switzerland. Climate change is increasingly damaging the U.N.’s most cherished heritage sites, a leading conservation agency warned Dec. 2, 2020, reporting that Australia’s Great Barrier Reef and dozens of other natural wonders are facing severe threats.
The Virunga National Park, taken from the rim of the crater of the Nyiragongo volcano and looking over the crater of another, extinct volcano, taken in North Kivu Province, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Climate change is increasingly damaging the U.N.’s most cherished heritage sites, a leading conservation agency warned Dec. 2, 2020, reporting that Australia’s Great Barrier Reef and dozens of other natural wonders are facing severe threats.
Agincourt Reef, located about 30 miles off the coast near the northern reaches of the 1,200-mile long Great Barrier Reef. Climate change is increasingly damaging the U.N.’s most cherished heritage sites, a leading conservation agency warned Dec. 2, 2020, reporting that Australia’s Great Barrier Reef and dozens of other natural wonders are facing severe threats.

Climate change damaging more World Heritage sites, report says

Swiss photographer David Carlier takes photographs July 21 of the Swiss Aletsch glacier, the longest glacier in Europe, on the sideline of his photographic exhibition, in Fieschertal, Switzerland. Climate change is increasingly damaging the U.N.’s most cherished heritage sites, a leading conservation agency warned Dec. 2, 2020, reporting that Australia’s Great Barrier Reef and dozens of other natural wonders are facing severe threats.
The Virunga National Park, taken from the rim of the crater of the Nyiragongo volcano and looking over the crater of another, extinct volcano, taken in North Kivu Province, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Climate change is increasingly damaging the U.N.’s most cherished heritage sites, a leading conservation agency warned Dec. 2, 2020, reporting that Australia’s Great Barrier Reef and dozens of other natural wonders are facing severe threats.
Agincourt Reef, located about 30 miles off the coast near the northern reaches of the 1,200-mile long Great Barrier Reef. Climate change is increasingly damaging the U.N.’s most cherished heritage sites, a leading conservation agency warned Dec. 2, 2020, reporting that Australia’s Great Barrier Reef and dozens of other natural wonders are facing severe threats.
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