Why is Everest increasingly deadly? In part, you can blame climate change
Increased avalanches and other disasters lead to dozens of fatalities.
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Seventy years ago this week, New Zealander Edmund Hillary and local guide Tenzing Norgay became the first people to climb the world’s highest point, Nepal’s Mount Everest.
Along the way, …
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