According to UNESCO’s first global scientific assessment of climate change impacts on World Heritage coral reefs, all 29 World Heritage sites which contain coral  would cease to exist as functioning coral reef ecosystems by 2100 if our behaviour concerning emissions remains the same.

“The 29 globally significant coral reefs on UNESCO’s World Heritage List are facing existential threats, and their loss would be devastating ecologically and economically” explains Dr. Mechtild Rossler, Director of the World Heritage Centre.

Full article on UNESCO website: Assessment World Heritage Coral Reefs

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