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These 20 images of Earth over the past 70 years show humans unmistakable negative impact on our climate and environment

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Check out these 20 striking images that shows the negative impacts done on our climate and environment by human activity over the past 70 years.

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Photographs from the 1940s to 2000s show the drastic effect of climate change on our planet's glaciers. Here are photos of Alaska's Muir Glacier in August 1941, left, and August 2004.

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The Aral Sea in central Asia shrunk drastically between 2000 and 2014.

Read more and see the rest of the photos here: These 20 images of Earth over the past 70 years show why countries signed the Paris Agreement

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