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Five places to go before global warming messes them up

ClimateYou doesn’t usually give travel advice, but we’ll make an exception for this article, which identifies five tourist spots that everyone should plan to visit before global warming impacts them adversely, some but not all due to rising sea levels.  As world travelers, which other places would you suggest be added to the list? Venice, Italy? New York? Lake Okeechobee,Florida?

Please comment with your own suggestions!

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