• Whale Watching in Big Sur: California's gorgeous coastal region is known for top-notch whale watching. However, due to recent droughts and wildfires, Big Sur is seeing fewer and fewer whales each year.

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  • The Maldives: As sea levels continue to rise, the lowest-lying country on Earth is being threatened. The country is already looking for other places for citizens to live in the future.

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  • Culebra and Vieques, Puerto Rico: Off the coast of Puerto Rico, these islands have been called one the most relaxing places on Earth. However, today, over development threatens the unspoiled natural habitat on these islands.

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  • Madagascar, Africa: Even though its one of the largest islands in the world, its forests are expected to live just over three more decades due to burning and mass deforestation.

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  • The Great Barrier Reef: The world’s largest coral reef ecosystem has vanished by half during the last 30 years, due to climate change. It is expected to be gone by 2050.

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  • Venice, Italy: The city has sunk into the 11 inches in the last century, thanks to global warming and groundwater pumping. At hide, parts of the city are already flooded.

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  • The Dead Sea: This salty sea is sinking due to water mismanagement. More than 2 billion gallons of water are taken from it each year and its declining at an alarming rate.

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  • Antarctica: The glacier  is thawing, due to environmental damage causing temperatures to rise. It is shedding 160 billion tons of ice annually.

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  • Glacier National Park, Montana: Climate change is causing glacier recession and many have already disappeared.

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  • The Seychelles: These islands located off the coast of Madagascar are vanishing from beach erosion. They're predicted to be completely gone in the next 50 to 100 years.

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