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Places you must see before it's too late

There are millions of places on our planet that is so fascinating that you actually should not miss. Unfortunately, there are plenty of places within the next 100 years will perish due to future weather conditions. We show you what places they are.

Mt Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

The snowy peaks of Kilimanjaro are very popular. What many people do not know is that the snow on the peaks of this mountain with African rapidly disappearing. Since 1912, the amount of snow by 85% and expectations are that in 2025 there was no snow flake to be found. Enjoy it while you can!

Great Barrier Reef, Australia

One of the most beautiful places in the world is the Great Barrier Reef. The beautiful underwater world where you can find 7150 different species is an experience not to be missed. The reef is built by billions of tiny coral polyps, making it the world's largest structure built by living organisms. By pollution and commercial shipping is expected that the coral reefs around 2030 completely decayed. A terrible idea, especially for all the wonderful creatures that live in this area.

Venice, Italy

Venice is a beautiful, romantic area where water plays an important role. Since Venice has almost no roads, there is instead of cars used boats (gondolas). Despite the beautiful image the city is severely threatened by the water. In the past century, the city has sunk 30.5 cm and the city has now a hundred year flood. The most dangerous flooding is expected in 2050. We can expect that most of the Venetians in 2040 are fully migrated.

Ski resorts, Worldwide

Global temperatures are expected to rise 1.1 degrees Celsius in the next 40 years, which places the snow will be higher. The lower altitude resorts such as Kitzbuhel in Austria, will no longer exist. The expectations are that by 2050 50% of all ski hills offer no access for a memorable ski holiday.


The 1192 islands of the Maldives might disappear. The highest point is only 2.3 meters high and the islands are surrounded by ocean. It is expected that in 2070 75% of all islands will disappear in the Indian Ocean.

New York, United States of America

We might not notice, but New York is currently threatened by water. In New York and around the sea level will rise to 50% faster than the global average. With a total of more than 966 km long coastline will build dikes a huge undertaking. In 2075, the water around the major areas increased 1.52 meter.

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