Tuesday, 25 Jun 2019

Due to climate change and global warming, hundreds of world heritages threatened to disappear


Ilulissat IcefjordIlulissat Icefjord - Climate change and global warming are like old diseases that will kill earth if we don’t do anything. This 'terror' turned out to not only threaten the lives of the inhabitants of the earth, but also the sector which is now being noticed by many countries, namely tourism. For example, the flood in the city of Venice, the whitening of the 'meadow' of coral reefs in the Great Barrier Australia, and also the melting of eternal snow in Puncak Jaya in the Jayawijaya Mountains.

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Quoting CNN Travel, Wednesday, January 9th 2019, there are at least more than 1,000 UNESCO heritage sites in all corners of the earth. But if this condition does not change in a better direction, it is possible that the sites will be destroyed.

One of the most vulnerable is Ilulissat Icefjord in Greenland, which is very close to the Sermeq Kujalleq glacier. The melting of the glaciers will sink the old exotic settlements. Even the Greenland city government promotes tourism to see first-hand the effects of climate change, entitled 'Look before it's too late'.

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In addition, Yellowstone National Park in the United States has also experienced symptoms that threaten its safety, such as short winters, warm rivers, shrinking lake water, and forest fires. Experts predict that half of the wetlands in Yellowstone National Park will soon to be disappear.


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