The Himalaya Mountain Range and Climate Change: The Himalayas Holding Half of the World’s Freshwater, the Problem of Cryoconite, Helicopters Being Unable to Fly Through the Highest Regions of the Himalayas, the Danger of Glacial Lakes, Water Needed to Grow Grain, Predicted Temperature Rise by 2080, the Shifting Taste of Basmati Rice, Weather and Climate Affecting Plant Growth, the Danger of Biomass Fuel Causing High Levels of Soot and the Attempted Resolution for This, the Surya Project Helping to Eliminate Soot Production, and the Sanskrit Proverb of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam

The Himalayas hold half of the world’s freshwater. Cryoconite which is carried from the oceans, is carried by wind systems and can land in the Himalayan mountains. Cryoconite is problematic as it is essentially carbon and because it is black, it absorbs sunlight more easily than regular slow and thus melts the snow underneath it quicker than what would typically occur. Cryoconite is small particles or rock, volcanic soot and ash, and microbes. Nearly 50% of the world acquired its water from the ...

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