Glaciers in beloved travel destinations, including Yellowstone, Yosemite, and Italy’s Dolomites, will be gone within the next 30 years, new research shows. And the effects of that loss will be catastrophic.
The study said it was still possible to save the other two-thirds, if the rise in global temperatures did not exceed 1.5 degrees Celsius…
Major glaciers including Mount Kilimanjaro and Dolomites to disappear by 2050, UN report says; Sky News
In a new report, UNESCO claims a third of World Heritage glaciers are set to disappear in the next three decades, whatever the temperature rise scenario.
Aspenite Susan Redstone eats and skis her way through the Dolomites in a late spring trip to Italy in this week’s Aspen Times Weekly cover story. This is the second part of her “Going Ikon Overseas” series.
Source: Going Ikon Overseas, Part II
Skiing’s just been made easier in the Dolomites with the new ‘starpass’. But there’s lots more on offer if hitting the slopes isn’t for you.
Following World Earth Day, Luxury Lifestyle Magazine shines a spotlight on Italy’s Trentino region – the eco-conscious area that is paving the way to care for its natural resources.
The Great Dolomites Road is a scenic mountain road that runs through the Dolomites.
When My Body and Spirit Needed Repair, a Trip to the Italian Dolomites Healed Me; Amiee White Beazley; Travel & Leisure
A travel writer’s love letter to Italy details her cycling trip through the Italian Dolomites on e-bike and how the nature, beauty, food, and people helped her heal.