Going, going, gone

Shocking report finds more than a dozen famous sites will lose their glaciers by 2050

Mount Kilimanjaro, Yosemite, the Dolomites, and more.

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It’s normal for glaciers to melt.

But the rate at which they’re losing ice has been alarmingly high over the past few decades.

In fact, many of the world’s famous glaciers are on track to disappear by 2050.

A new report from UNESCO predicts that glaciers will completely vanish from more than a dozen World Heritage sites in the next three decades.

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