Everyone has already experienced the impact of global warning. The situation is getting more and more dangerous, a lot of gorgeous natural wonders will soon disappear before our eyes. Check out 18 places you should visit before it’s too late.
Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve
All-terrain vehicles has damaged several of the park’s trails and streams. Check here on google maps!
Pollution and urban devolpment have contributed to the destruction of America’s largest subtropical wilderness. This place is also home to the endangered leatherback turtle. Click here to check it on Google Maps
Glacier National Park
You could visit 150 glaciers before climate change in this national park. Now, there aren’t even 25. Click here to check it on Google Maps
Yellowstone National Park
The Dead Sea
The salty water has sunk 13 inches every year for the past 40 years. Cosmetic companies should finish mining for minerals in the area.
The Great Smoky Mountains
Tennessee’s and North Carolina’s coal manufacturing plants have caused high levels of sulfur dioxide to obscure the scenic views with thick smog.Click here to check it on Google Maps