June 2nd 2021

South Australia's landscape "Flinders Ranges" nominated to UNESCO tentative list

In April, the government of Australia submitted to the UNESCO tentative list “Flinders Ranges”, under criteria viii to be considerer as Natural Heritage of the World. 

Australia’s Minister of Environment Susan Ley said that this place “is also considered to be a window into a major stage in Earth’s history known as the ‘dawn of animal life, a geological record of wildly fluctuating climate conditions and environments over a period of 350 million years.”

#FlindersRanges tells us more about the climate change and development of nature and planet Earth itself. 

See more about this nomination here:

Nomination file: https://whc.unesco.org/en/tentativelists/6524/ 

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