Voices from the Roof of the World Season 2: Stories of survival on the frontlines of climate change
Upper reaches of the Amu Darya River in Murghob District, Tajikistan. The river no longer reaches the desiccated shores of the Aral Sea. AKDN / Janyl Jusupjan
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Climate change is the largest, most pervasive threat to the natural environment and societies that we've ever experienced. And the poorest countries are paying the highest price.

Ian Fry, UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights and Climate Change

We must give these vulnerable communities a voice and all take responsibility to help them cope with this global crisis.

Prince Hussain Aga Khan

From Mount Everest to the Thar desert, these films show us what lies ahead if we fail to heed the warnings from the Roof of the World.

Andrew Tkach, Executive Producer of the Voices from the Roof of the World series