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Global warming is melting the 18,000 Himalayan glaciers that help make up the largest ice mass between the two Poles. These expansive fields of ice on the Tibetan Plateau are frozen reservoirs, feeding into the headwaters of Asia's major river systems along which many of Asia's early civilizations arose. Their melting will impact over 2 billion downstream Asian users and the world.



Link: On Thinner Ice: Melting Glaciers on the Roof of the World
Client: Asia Society
Published: November 16, 2009
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