The tourist attractions here are causing overuse and environmental damage, according to the experts at the Weather Channel.
This mountain range is giving in to the effects of global warming and may not be a viable place for ski visitors for much longer.
The Great Barrier Reef
Cyclones and pollution are damaging this fragile ecosystem and it’s in danger of being gone relatively soon.
The Dead Sea
Because of a lack of governmental protection, experts say the Dead Sea may be dried up sooner rather than later.
Located in the Maldives, the island is suffering from rising sea levels and many parts are predicted to be underwater soon.
The Taj Mahal
Damaging pollution is wearing away at the outside part of this building in India. Among the wonders of the world, experts say it could be closed in as little as 5 years.
This entire island is being destroyed due to poaching and logging. This endangers the animals and people who call it home.
Glacier National Park
Climate change is slowly shrinking this national park and the glaciers are slowly melting away.
St. Mark’s Square
In Venice, this tourist attraction is in danger due to rising sea levels and consistent flooding.
Logging is destroying this part of the world, increasing flooding and reducing the ability to live there.