How Climate Change Threatens To Put Your Favourite Mexican Vacation Spots Underwater

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According to a study conducted by NASA, Mexico will have a hard time with global warming.

One of the serious problems facing humanity is global warming, because year after year the United Nations (UN), as well as various non-governmental organizations, have urged governments around the world to address issues related to the environment as pollution.

According to experts on the subject, the matter is reaching an irreversible point, because if the situation with global warming does not change in 2030, the planet Earth will begin to suffer several damages such as the extinction of species and the disappearance of coastal cities for the rise in sea level.

According to RT in Spanish, this situation could put at risk millions of people around the world, including our country.

To show the negative effects of climate change, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) made an interactive map detailing what could happen to the Earth if the sea level It increases five meters in the next ten years.

The graph shows that various parts of Mexico would be underwater due to the consequences of climate change.

According to the study made on NASA’s map, the cities of Progreso and CelestĂșn in Yucatan would disappear, while more than half of MĂ©rida’s territory would be transformed into a coastal zone.

 

On the other hand, Cancun, Quintana Roo, could be like Atlantis, because the water would cover the entire territory and in the best case, it would be a new Japan, because some islands would survive and remain in the form of an archipelago.

Another place that would be submerged with global warming would be the set of islands that make up Ciudad del Carmen, Campeche.

The map is also not encouraging for Tabasco, because it would be devoured by the sea, while Veracruz and Tamaulipas would lose a quarter of their territory.

How Climate Change Threatens To Put Our Favourite Mexican Vacation Spots In Underwater

 

Source: lanetanoticias