At Least One in Six World Heritage Glaciers Will Be Gone by 2100
In worst case scenarios, nearly half of these protected glaciers would disappear by the end of the century.
Belgians Want Their Fries and Mayo to be Enshrined in the UNESCO Heritage List
“It’s like the World Cup of taste. We’re from a small country, but our strikers ‘fries and mayo’ are doing really well. We are ready to go all the way.”
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A Trucker Went Off-Roading on the 2,000-Year-Old Nazca Lines
He tore through an ancient set of desert etchings that are considered "the most outstanding group of geoglyphs anywhere in the world."
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Zurich Recognizes Techno as Part of Its Cultural Heritage
The Swiss city acknowledged the music culture's importance as part of a special UN program.
‘Russia’s Google’ Is Collecting a Database of Rare Languages
Software Preservation Is a Job for the Government, UNESCO Says
Code is heritage.
One Woman's Long, Dangerous Fight for the Environment in Mexico City
Her son's been kidnapped, her husband beaten, and her daughter threatened. But Claudia Zenteno Zaldívar isn't giving up her fight to protect the precious wetlands she loves.
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A Secret Pyramid Was Found Inside an Ancient Temple in Mexico
Using 3D imaging technology, archaeologists detected a hidden structure inside Chich'en Itza's Temple of Kukulkan.
Three Other Oil and Gas Pipelines, and What They Put at Risk
With all eyes turned to the Dakota Access Pipeline, three oil and gas projects have been making steady headway.
Tourists Are Flocking to the Great Barrier Reef Because It’s Dying
Australia tried to hide information about the fragile Great Barrier Reef, but millions of tourists still got the memo.