دنیا کی بلند ترین چوٹیوں کی اوٹ میں شکار سونگھتی پھرتی ہے تن تنہا ایک بلی۔ برف میں سائے۔ برفانی تیندوے Season 2, Episode 4: Snow Shadows, Snow Leopards – The world’s most elusive big cats are suffering greatly on account of habitat destruction. With less natural prey to eat, #snowleopards are attacking more domesticated livestock. We follow one angry herder who has lost more than a hundred animals to snow leopards. And a former hunter, now a tourist guide, who wholeheartedly works to protect the #bigcats. Episode Director: Abdullah Khan Series Producer: Andrew Tkach Locations: Karakoram Mountains, #Pakistan #VRW #Resilience #ClimateChange #ClimateAction #ThirdPole
Season 2, Episode 4: Snow Shadows, Snow Leopards – The world’s most elusive big cats are suffering greatly on account of habitat destruction. With less natural prey to eat, #snowleopards are attacking more domesticated livestock. We follow one angry herder who has lost more than a hundred animals to snow leopards. And a former hunter, now a tourist guide, who wholeheartedly works to protect the #bigcats. Episode Director: Abdullah Khan Series Producer: Andrew Tkach Locations: Karakoram Mountains, #Pakistan #VRW #Resilience #ClimateChange #ClimateAction #ThirdPole
وسطی ایشیا کے پہاڑی علاقوں میں پانی کا ایک تقدس ہے جس کی بے حرمتی کرغیزی خانہ بدوشوں کے نزدیک گناہ عظیم تھا۔ دکھ یہ ہے کہ قدرت کا یہ انمول تحفہ ہم نے ضائع کیا، میں نے دیکھا ہے اس 3،000 کلومیٹر کی مصافت میں اپنے گھر یعنی گلیشیئرز کے قریب سے وہاں تک جہاں تک پانی ہے۔ Season 2, Episode 3: Season 2, Episode 3: Fishing and farming communities in Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan face a looming threat to their culture and survival as water resources in Central Asia dry up dangerously fast. Episode Director; Janyl Jusupjan Series Producer: Andrew Tkach Locations: Ala-Too Range, Kyrgyzstan, Khorog & Darsem, Tajikistan and Aral Sea, Uzbekistan #VRW #Resilience #ClimateChange #ClimateAction #ThirdPole #AKDN
Season 2, Episode 3: Fishing and farming communities in Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan face a looming threat to their culture and survival as water resources in Central Asia dry up dangerously fast. Episode Director; Janyl Jusupjan Series Producer: Andrew Tkach Locations: Ala-Too Range, Kyrgyzstan, Khorog & Darsem, Tajikistan and Aral Sea, Uzbekistan #VRW #Resilience #ClimateChange #ClimateAction #ThirdPole #AKDN
وسطی ایشیا کے پانچ ملکوں میں پھیلے سلسلہ پامیر کے یہ رخ سنگ لاخ جھلمل کرتی برفانی جھیلوں کی لڑیوں سے مزین ہیں۔ پانی کا یہ خزانہ زورآور دریائے آمو اور دریائے پنج سے بہتا ہوا بحیرہ ارال تک جاتا تھا۔ مگر موسمیاتی تغیرات اور نشیبی علاقے میں پانے کیے بے دریغ استعمال نے اس بہا وْ کو خطرے میں ڈال دیا ہے۔ اور دنیا کے چند سرد ترین خطوں میں رہنے والے سخت جان لوگ بے آسرا ہوکر رہ گئے۔ Season 2, Episode 2: The Thar desert is an unforgiving landscape with temperatures reaching 50degrees Celsius. The struggle to survive in Thar is a testament to the resilience of the people and the wildlife forced to endure in a hotter world. Episode Director, Abdullah Khan; Series Producer, Andrew Tkach; Locations, Tharparkar District, Pakistan. #VRW #Resilience #ClimateChange #ClimateAction #ThirdPole #AKDN
Season 2, Episode 2: Tajikistan’s high Pamir Mountains are sprinkled with a series of striking glacial lakes: Karakul, Zorkul, Burunkul, Yashiikul. Gradually, the glaciers are melting, and water scarcity is threatening Central Asia. Episode Director, Tolik Godomamadov; Series Producer, Andrew Tkach; Locations, Yashikul & Burunkul Lakes, Tajikistan. #VRW #Resilience #ClimateChange #ClimateAction #ThirdPole #AKDN
بقاء کی جنگ لڑتے چرند پرند اور انسان ایک دبے پاؤں آنے والی آفت کا سامنا کر پائیں گے؟ موسم بدلا، پانی خشک، مویشی ختم، اور پودے جل گئے تو باقی کیا بچے گا؟ Season 2, Episode 1: In a Hotter World - The Thar desert is an unforgiving landscape with temperatures reaching 50 degrees Celsius. The struggle to survive in Thar is a testament to the resilience of the people and wildlife, forced to endure in a hotter world.
Season 2, Episode 1: In a Hotter World - The Thar desert is an unforgiving landscape with temperatures reaching 50 degrees Celsius. The struggle to survive in Thar is a testament to the resilience of the people and wildlife, forced to endure in a hotter world.
From the Pamirs to the Himalayan mountains, Season 2 of Voices from the Roof of the World shows us a glimpse of the troubles that await us in the near future if we fail to listen to climate warnings in South and Central Asia.
Lahore, the City of Gardens, often has the world’s most polluted air. Local artist Irfan Dahri is raising awareness through his art.
Low snowfall and receding glaciers threaten livelihoods in the Spiti Valley in Himachal Pradesh and Zanskar in Ladakh. Meet the scientists and activists working for local solutions. Narrated by Dia Mirza.
Meet the young activists demanding higher environmental standards in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan - where air pollution is among the highest in the world.
Follow a Karachi architect on a mission to save the mangrove forest ecosystem on Bundle Island, an oasis of life and nature protection in the Indus delta off the coast of Pakistan’s megacity.
In June 2015, Karachi suffered the deadly ‘Heat Island Effect.’ Hot air was trapped over the sprawling city and temperatures soared to 47 celsius. Hundreds died from heatstroke. #Climate scientists say such #disasters will increase by 75% in the coming decade. Poor urban planning, shoddy construction materials, and water scarcity will exacerbate the problem as will poor canalization and waste management. Meet families that have to survive heat and floods and those working for a solution in this megacity.
The Indus River, Pakistan’s lifeline, has been crippled by dams and pollution. Yet another major threat looms: what will happen if already melting glaciers that provide up to 80% of the river’s water shrink further?
How are climate change and natural disasters affecting northern Pakistan? What’s the impact on the health and mental well-being of mountain communities?
How are Kyrgyz herders coping with the impacts of climate change on their high mountain pastures? Can they preserve their traditional lifestyle and the Kyrgyz horse?
As temperatures increase, glaciers on some of the highest mountain ranges of the world are melting rapidly. Can communities in the Pamirs of Tajikistan survive these climate changes?
This episode features the impact of climate change and drought on the endangered Himalayan brown bears and golden marmots found in the Deosai National Park in Gilgit-Baltistan, the impact on local communities in the buffer zone, human-wildlife conflict, and eco-tourism.

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