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10 Places to Visit Before They're Lost to Climate Change

As ice caps melt and wildfires rage, scientific assertions that climate change is occurring at a rate faster than formerly expected have become manifest in locales around the world. The effects of global warming have put many of the world’s prime travel destinations at risk of suffering serious consequences, with some facing the prospect of vanishing entirely. From the Amazon, to Mumbai, to Napa Valley, here are 10 places to add to your itinerary before they change irrevocably.
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