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Everglades National Park and other places most in danger

Love Exploring Logo By loveEXPLORING staff of Love Exploring | Slide 1 of 54: Last year, a coastal reserve home to the world’s rarest marine mammal became the latest site to be added to the UNESCO World Heritage in Danger List, which calls for the safeguarding of cultural and natural treasures. And there are many more besides. In total, the UN department has identified 53 sites that are at risk due to climate change, armed conflict, development, poor management or a combination of issues. We take a look...

Threatened treasures

Last year, a coastal reserve home to the world’s rarest marine mammal became the latest site to be added to the UNESCO World Heritage in Danger List, which calls for the safeguarding of cultural and natural treasures. And there are many more besides. In total, the UN department has identified 53 sites that are at risk due to climate change, armed conflict, development, poor management or a combination of issues. We take a look...

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