Some of the damage done by climate change can no longer be repaired.
There would be no point in shutting down all greenhouse gas emissions now; we would still have drastic and irreversible consequences.
One of them is melting in tropical regions.
Glaciers in countries closer to the equator, which have warmer summers and more exposure to the sun than those beyond the tropics, are melting at a noticeable rate year after year.
Venezuela leads the sad race to become the first country in the world to lose all its glaciers.
Several other nations, from Colombia to Indonesia, Uganda to . . .
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