May 30, 2014
In 2010, documentary film maker Anna Colom made her own journey to Imja Lake to find out how indigenous Sherpa communities were coping with the harsh impact of climate change. Erratic snow and rain patterns are affecting food production, new pests and diseases plague villages, and there is the ever present threat of flooding.
This film, commissioned by Minority Rights Group International, is now available for the first time on YouTube
Watch the 30 minute film here: