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World heritage sites are melting away
"World heritage sites are melting away"

"Researchers requiring more take responsibility for climate change."

"Jakobshavn glacier in Greenland, the Khumbu glacier in Nepal and the Aletsch glacier is the Alps' largest glacier, is a popular tourist destination with thousands of visitors each year. The mighty glaciers and the countryside around is both beautiful and fascinating. "

"The glaciers that are listed as world heritage by the Unesco, is surrounded by specific laws that will protect the seats. But the biggest threat to the ice is not people but the heat. Close to half of the världsarvsglaciärerna threatened by global warming. If nothing is done to prevent the melting of the ice will the glaciers be completely gone by 2100, reports the Daily Mail. Monte Perdido glacier in the Pyrenees, in the worst cases, completely by 2040. "

"There are scientists and experts from the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and the ETH Zurich have developed the alarming statistics. "

"– To lose these iconic glaciers would be a tragedy, and it creates massive implications for water resources, increased sea level and water movement patterns, " says Peter Shadie, executive director of the UCN World Heritage Programme."

"He requires all countries take responsibility for climate change and global warming. "

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