It’s undeniable that the world is changing, a lot of destinations are becoming ticking time bombs. To help you out, this post explores some of the planet’s most at-risk features, and where you can go to see them.
Whether you believe in global warming or think that it’s all a big fuss about nothing, it’s undeniable that the world is changing. With the atmosphere’s composition evolving based on activity down below, weather is becoming less predictable, and a lot of things are becoming ticking time bombs. Of course, as an avid traveller, missing out on these parts of the world isn’t an option. Instead, to help you out, this post will be exploring some of the planet’s most at-risk features, and where you can go to see them.
A lot of people assume that coral reefs are plants. In reality, though, there are animals, and they need to live in the right kind of temperature to survive. With water temperatures changing, areas like The Great Barrier Reef are under tremendous risk, with a huge portion of the once beautiful formations having turned bleached and white. You can visit website after website to find yourself a trip to a place like Australia, with loads of options available around the web. With the clock ticking, there could only be a few more decades to enjoy this natural wonder.
Deforestation has become a huge problem around the world. Hosting loads of wildlife, these areas are almost as diverse as the oceans, and there are a lot of places which have yet to be explored by modern people. Peru is a great example of this, with it’s portion of the Amazon disappearing at a huge rate. Most of this activity is illegal, making it hard for countries to stop it from happening, and limiting the time these wonderful places might have left to shine.
With the world’s average temperatures going up, the colder parts of the planet have started to feel the heat. Glaciers from the North to the South are rapidly decreasing in size, raising the sea levels and destroying habitats. These parts of the world are some of the most at-risk, making it critical that you make the journey as soon as you can if you want to see the ice in all its glory. It will be easiest to do this on a cruise, as there aren’t many hotels where the sun doesn’t shine.
As the world matures and peace become more widespread, focus can be shifted to making sure that the future of the world is secure. More and more countries are making efforts to improve their environment, and it is only getting better. With this in mind, there is a lot of hope for these parts of the world remaining intact, and even recovering. To help with this sort of effort, you can think of simple changes to your lifestyle, like recycling and using less electricity.
Hopefully, this post will inspire you to start looking towards the vulnerable parts of the world for your next vacation. Time will only tell what happens to these magical places, with the actions of people now and in the future dictating their chances of survival, while also helping to preserve them.
by Natalie Marie.
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Hi! I'm Natalie Marie, a travel blogger and photographer from Melbourne, Australia with a severe case of wanderlust.
In the past 5 years I have had the pleasure of visiting 173 cities and towns, spanning 27 countries across five continents, all while experiencing some incredible bucket-list moments and epic misadventures along the way.
Tily Travels is a travel blog filled with stories of my journeys and tourist information; also infused with my love of photography, wildlife, street art, and festivals in far away places.
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