From the Amazon rainforest to the Dead Sea, some of our most beautiful landscapes are under serious threat from climate change and human intervention.
1. The Amazon Rainforest
The South American wonder is under threat from agriculture, the expansion of roads and illegal logging. At current rates, 55 per cent of the rainforests could be gone by 2030.
Tibetan language and culture are under threat, with Chinese rule (which has been implemented since the 1950s) enforcing Mandarin lessons and attempting to stamp out traditional nomadic life.
3. The Dead Sea
Jordan's Dead Sea is seeing water levels drop - diversion upstream to cater to agricultural and industrial demands means that the salt waters could even be gone within the next century.
4. The Great Barrier Reef
Australia – and the world's – largest coral reef is getting smaller. Scientists predict that 90 per cent of the reefs will be gone by 2050.
Cuba's colourful, retro capital won't retain its charm much longer. A massive tourism boom means that hotels and chains are sweeping in.
Climate change could cause the stunning national park of Tanzania to seriously deteriorate over the next few decades.