Sites at risk from climate change to see before you die
Sites across the world that could be at risk from climate change could be on Frommer's new list of '500 places to see before they disappear'.
These are one of a kind landscapes, such as the Pyramids of Giza, as well as endangered wildlife habitats, cities in trouble, such as Venice, and "vanishing cultural kitsch", such as Little Italy in New York, are all in trouble of being permanantely damaged by climate change and therefore, could disappear or never be the same again.
"The devastation wrought by climate change and direct man-made interference is familiar to all of us," said co-author Holly Hughes.
"This book is a carefully chosen list of last-chance destinations that eco-conscious travellers can enjoy - if they move sharpish - for possibly the last time."
UK sites considered at risk include the Tower of London; it is feared that rising ocean levels could cause the Thames to flood its banks. Battersea Power Station is also listed as it "becomes more derelict every day", according to The Telegraph.
Travellers are also urged to make their way to Lincolnshire. Once there they can visit one of England's oldest parish churches in Stow in Lindsey, which needs £3m for renovations.
Worldwide locations to visit include the pyramids of Giza. The pyramids and the Great Sphinx are threatened by Cairo's urban sprawl.
The Everglades in southern Florida also make the list. The fragile ecosystem is home to rare species but is being lost to development. Falling water levels and pollution are also harming the remaining habitat.
The Dead Sea, the Nazca lines in Peru and Little Italy in New York should also be in people's last-chance travel plans.