Designed and created by the National Geographic Society in Washington, DC
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All photographs by Ciril Jazbec
What do you do when the snows you depend on for water are melting too quickly, and glaciers have receded high into the mountains? Near the border separating Pakistan and India, the people of Ladakh are dealing with climate change by creating huge cones of ice that give desperate farmers water when they need it. In this new National Geographic exhibition, photographer Ciril Jazbec shares a striking visual representation of these life-saving ice structures, known as stupas, after the Buddhist term for mounds of stone of mud that house relics.
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