A new international report led by researchers at the University of Queensland has revealed that more than 100 Natural World Heritage Sites are at risk of being permanently destroyed.

Pressure from agriculture, growing infrastructure, climate change and expanding urbanisation are among the key contributing factors.

If these sites are to be saved and preserved for future generations, action must be taken.



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