Disappearing Glaciers in the Himalayas

The Himalayas are home to the planet’s tallest mountains, a vast range rising above Nepal and Tibet. But the locals say that climate change is affecting the landscape drastically.

Disappearing Glaciers in the Himalayas
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Warren Webber
Warren Webber1 years ago

Live long and prosper!

Vanessa S.
Vanessa S.4 years ago

The damage that humans are doing to this planet is absolutely heartbreaking to see.

While we are on the subject of the planet, I was wondering if anyone knew how I could go about recycling old vhs tapes? If anyone has the answer to this question, please private message me. Thanks.

Debbie Crowe
Debbie Crowe4 years ago

This is sad. Thanks for the information.

Nina Anghel
Nina Anghel4 years ago

Thanks for this!

Michael C.
Michael C.4 years ago

I for one, would truly enjoy conducting a poll as to the degree of involvement of the average man and woman in combatting Global Climate Change (GCC).

I am constantly exposed to those people who profess to be "Green", and yet, I constantly witness behavour that is far from "Green".

For those those who are making some effort, I would suggest that they have chosen to come quite late to the party. Be it a reminder, the old saying goes like this, "Always leave the party while you are still having fun." Not arriving to the party after the work has been done.

Here at Occupy Tucson, we are preparing for a celebration, no, we haven't won great victories to date, but the celebration lies in the fact that we are still standing, still struggling.

We all should have arrived at the "party" just a wee bit sooner, years ago, and to think that many people now profess that composting isn't so hard, after all, they just received their new Prius, it looks so fine with all the solar modules as a background.

Perhaps we now regret laughing at those few, who installed solar on their home...more than 30 years ago, heated their domestic water needs with the Sun, we shouldn't have laughed when they turned to wind power. Some laughed when they saw a solar oven, others wanted one but didn't want to have pay for one.

I for one, forgive those who laughed incessantly, instead we welcome you to the party, no matter how late you chose to arrive.

Michelle M.
Past Member 4 years ago

Thanks for this!

Beth Weatherbee
Beth Weatherbee4 years ago

Thank you for the article! The photos were fantastic!

Shin Takahashi
Shin Takahashi4 years ago

Thank for this informative post.Cheers

CC CC4 years ago

OH YES it is the CONSUMERS!!! We are a buy and throw away generation. It is way to late to clean up this mess we've made in the past 200 years. Wow just look what we did in 200 years. The cost of progress.

Katherine Head
Katherine Head4 years ago

Thank you. This is terrible, but what do you expect from human beings?