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On thin ice: Argentina’s melting glaciers, a symbol of climate change

By France24
09 December 2022   |   2:58 pm
Over the next 30 years, a third of the world's glaciers classified as World Heritage sites will have disappeared, according to a UNESCO report published last month. But what will that look like on the ground? Argentina is home to some 16,000 glaciers that have been closely watched for years. The data is particularly alarming.

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