5 Places This Tour Threatened Lost Due to Climate Change

5 Places This Tour Threatened Lost Due to Climate Change

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Liputan6.com, Jakarta The longer the state of nature increasingly alarming, people whose thinking is more advanced in technology increasingly not concerned with the nature around it. The number of destructive humans is also more than the number of people who nourish nature.

Like ice poles looking for and wildfires, the scientific statement states that climate change is happening more rapidly than ever before, and it is expected that humans to reduce the use of home products will further exacerbate global warming.

The effects of global warming have placed many beautiful tourist destinations in the world suffering serious consequences, with some of them threatened to completely disappear. Reporting from Huffingtonpost, on Wednesday (19/10/2016) here are 5 tourist attractions that are threatened missing.

1. Great Barrier Reef

Spanning more than 1,400 miles, the Great Barrier Reef located off Australia's northeastern coast is the largest coral reef system in the world. Full of marine life, coral reefs attract many divers to enjoy the beauty of the underwater every year. But the recording of temperatures at sea has caused coral bleaching where the beautiful colors found on the reefs are faded. Recent research has revealed that more than 90 percent of the Great Barrier Reef is bleaching.

2. The Alps

These European mountains have long been nicknamed as Shangri-La for skiers, stretching across eight countries and providing some of the slopes of the world's most sought-after slopes. With rising earth temperatures, however, the snow melt significantly continues to shorten the season to hold winter sports in this place. Many resorts have begun to compensate by offering spa treatments and outdoor activities such as horseback riding to attract more visitors outside of winter.

3. Rhone Valley

Located in the south of France, the Rhone Valley is one of the best wine producing regions in the world. Covering an area of ??120 miles, visitors can spend a full week to try one by one, enjoying vast vineyards surrounded by mountainous backdrops. But as the temperature of the earth increases, making the environment unfriendly to wine, many experts predict production will degenerate and wine producers will crawl further north into the cold.

4. Venice

It is impossible to walk around Venice without being fascinated by the sights of this city. The Adriatic Sea flows through its canals, the romance of the gondola makes you feel like floating under the Bridge of Sighs. In a place so united with water, this place is in the lowlands, the effects of global warming that led to rising sea water in Venice are at serious threat. But local activists have taken steps to invest in sophisticated water gates and other technologies to block water coming, but only time can explain how this will work.5. Amazon

The largest rainforest on Earth, Amazon covers about 40 percent of the region from South America. Tourists will find red and poisonous frogs living with jaguars and other animals in this place. However, despite its size, climate change has made it a fragile habitat for animals. Extreme drought has left some tree species drought, so they are very vulnerable to forest fires.

(Achmad Rully P)

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