In recent decades, dire effects from global climate change, much of which is being caused by human action, such as the burning of fossil fuels, is threatening our natural and cultural heritage. Heritage sites are like canaries in the coal mine" - those that have endured for thousands of years are now being threatened by a rise in sea level, increased drought and more fires, more intense storms, and human conflict. Read the International Heritage News Network for information the effect of climate change on our global heritage.

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