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National Geographic has released its annual list of the world’s most important places to visit.
The most-visited countries are the U.S., India, China, and Australia.
There’s also a new addition to the list this year, Russia.
The U.N. has said the region of Central Asia, including the country of Kazakhstan, will be the most affected by the climate change crisis.
The region accounts for about 30% of the planet’s total land surface.
The list includes places like Kazakhstan, Russia, China and India.
The top 10 spots in terms of climate are all located in Central Asia.
Kazakhstan, for instance, has a hot and humid climate, and the country is currently experiencing its hottest year on record.
China, which is home to about 80% of world population, is experiencing its warmest year on the planet, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
Russia is also experiencing its wettest year.
China has been trying to reduce the use of coal, and it’s been increasing its use of renewable energy.
It’s also increasing its energy efficiency, but the country still has a lot of fossil fuels.
India, which accounts for less than 10% of total land area, is in a very tough position.
It has a big population, and India is already experiencing its first heat wave in over half a century.
China, on the other hand, has an abundance of energy, and solar panels are still a very common energy source in many parts of the country.
Russia is the country with the highest rate of greenhouse gas emissions.
The country emits the second-highest amount of CO2 per capita, with the third-highest amounts coming from energy.
In the United States, the nation with the most greenhouse gas emitters, Russia has the second highest emissions.
India has been hit particularly hard by the heat wave.
The government of India has declared a state of emergency, and its population is on edge due to the weather.
The situation has gotten worse as of late, as the temperature in many cities has risen to more than 120 degrees Fahrenheit (46 Celsius).