July 12, 2024 2:08 PM

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5 Famous European Destinations You Must Visit Before They Disappear Due to Climate Change

5 Famous European Destinations You Must Visit Before They Disappear Due to Climate Change

The majestic Alps, stretching across eight countries, are warming at nearly twice the global average rate, leading to a significant retreat of glaciers and impacting the local water supply and ecosystems.

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Humanity Only Has Scarcely A Decade To Save The Earth

The Earth only has 10 years until the irreversible damage of global warming could change climates and negatively affect the world's ecosystems. The study that claims this suggests a few drastic but feasible options to help the world remain under the limits set by the Paris Climate Agreement.

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The Great Barrier Reef Is Dying Fast, Shocks Scientists

About two-thirds of the largest reef in the world is now slowly dying due to coral bleaching, experts say.

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Snow In The Alps Might Melt Sooner Than You Think

There's a big chance that the snow in The Alps might melt sooner than you think. In fact, it is predicted that if people will not change their carbon emission activities, the Alps might lose 70 percent of its snow by 2100. But, if people can keep global warming contained and be below 2°C, the snow would only be reduced to 30percent by the end of the century.

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‘Irresponsible’ Tourism A Great Contributor To Global Warming: Biofuels, 'Staycations' To Help Reduce Greenhouse Effect

Resorts offering all-inclusive tourist packages are giving back less to their communities than they think. "Caging in" travelers in a single resort area damages the local environment and consumes huge amounts of energy through facility usage, maintenance and even automotive activities.

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How to Offset Your Carbon Footprint When You Fly

It seems air travel has a larger environmental impact than we thought, but there are ways to ease your conscience and save a few trees while you're at it

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