Mt. Kilimanjaro will be gone within two decades?

Global warming is a topic of debate regarding its exact causes and necessary actions.

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Some countries on our list are already experiencing the impacts of global warming.

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Scientists predict that the iconic snow cap on Mt. Kilimanjaro will disappear within the next two decades.

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Rising sea levels pose a threat to Shishmaref Inlet in Alaska.

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Residents of Shishmaref Inlet may face relocation due to the island being gradually swallowed by the sea.

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These examples highlight the real-world consequences of climate change.

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Global warming is leading to the loss of natural wonders and posing risks to vulnerable communities.

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The disappearance of the snow cap on Mt. Kilimanjaro has implications for the environment and tourism in the region.

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Shishmaref Inlet's situation showcases the challenges faced by coastal communities due to rising sea levels.

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The impacts of global warming serve as a reminder of the urgent need for actions to mitigate climate change and protect vulnerable areas and populations.

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