A beach in Evia, Greece. 

I recently caught this in The Guardian about how tourism is inextricably connected to the global warming crisis. Among other things, it observes that "one of the terrible ironies of the climate crisis is that some of the most beautiful – and popular – places in the world are also the most vulnerable. Which means as temperatures rise, extreme weather events increase, water sources dry up and natural habitats die, these places are facing another devastating loss: tourists." A sobering read; check it out here.


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