Your favourite winter destinations are getting warmer thanks to climate change

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  • Saturday, 07 Mar 2020

A file photo from August 2019 of a boat navigating at night next to an iceberg in Greenland. Rising temperatures and diminished snow and ice cover in the Arctic are imperilling ecosystems, fisheries and local cultures, according to reports by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. — Photos: AP

A little news item probably went unnoticed just weeks ago as the world was preoccupied with the rising number of Covid-19 casualties and of course, the gripping political drama in Malaysia.

Two uninhabited islands in Indonesia’s South Sumatra have been submerged by rising sea levels.

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