Gallery: Project Pressure’s Breathtaking Photos Document the Decline of...

Project Pressure, a collaborative group of photographers, cartographers and scientists, has created a spectacular series of photos that document the decline of the world's glaciers. The group focus on areas that remain relatively undocumented where the melting of glaciers stands to severely impact the local environment. Inhabitat spoke with Klaus Thymann about the project following his visit to Nepal earlier this year, where he explored areas so remote that some of the glaciers are not even named. He said the primary aim of the project was “to visualize and to bring to public attention what time-frame we’re looking at”, forming an open-source comparative platform for scientists.

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