Eco Everest Expeditions Want To Save The Himalayas

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Even though it takes an incredibly tough person to climb to the top of Mount Everest, more and more people have been taking on the challenge, and impacting the Himalayas in negative ways.Eco Everest Expeditions Himalaya


Even though it takes an incredibly tough person to climb to the top of Mount Everest, more and more people have been taking on the challenge, and impacting the Himalayas in negative ways. As we all know, climate change is putting the great mountain range at risk, but so is the amount of human waste left behind on every trek. That’s why Dawa Steven Sherpa and his organization Eco Everest Expeditions are doing their part to protect the Himalayas, and educating climbers about their impact on the environmentally sensitive area. They’re even offering “Cash for Trash” – 100 rupees for each kilo of trash that hikers bring down with them. It’s a great system, and it’s sure to make a difference in an important part of the world.

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