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Australia marine hotspots found to store 2bn tonnes of 'blue carbon'
Three UNESCO World Heritage sites can store billions of CO2 in carbon sinks, according to a new report.
Meet the Cuban hotel owners turning to farming for survival
Cuba usually receives up to 4 million visitors a year. But the pandemic has left those who rely on the tourism industry turning to the land for survival.
Finland's bittersweet boost as UNESCO recognises its sauna culture
Campaigners are delighted UNESCO has added Finland's sauna culture to its cultural heritage list.
Ukraine seeks UNESCO status for Chernobyl to help manage visitors
The location of the world's worst nuclear accident is attracting more and more visitors, leading authorities to bid for world heritage status
Plans are underway to build a road beneath this prehistoric monument
Plans have been approved to build a tunnel which will run beneath a UK UNESCO world heritage site.
Meet the gardeners risking their lives to save Angkor Wat
These extreme gardeners are risking their lives to protect the 900 year-old Angkor Wat Temples.
Yemen's oldest cities at risk of complete collapse
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France's famous monument, Mont-Saint-Michel is cut off from the world
In just a few hours the mount, topped by its world-renowned Benedictine abbey was surrounded by water which rose as fast as it receded.
Discover Bulgaria's beguiling UNESCO World Heritage Sites
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Oil drilling could soon begin on the Isle of Wight
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Hungarians say goodbye to winter with bizarre & scary costume festival
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Titanic wreck to be ‘better protected’ under ‘momentous’ UK-US treaty
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Alpinism achieves UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage recognition
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