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Is Everest still the tallest rubbish container in the world?

During the past years, many cleaning initiatives have taken place on the Mount Everest to reduce the waste left by tourists on the climbing routes. However, pollution has now been flooding the valleys and villages below.

Therefore, one question remains: what should we do with all the garbage once collected from the mountain? EVEREST RECYCLING, a new documentary by Jean-Michel Jorda, will tackle the waste management concerns on the famous mountain and its valleys. 

Art Can Die is supporting Jean-Michel Jorda's mission and vision, with the co-production of this upcoming documentary scheduled to release in 2022.

Jean-Michel JORDA

An award-winning French director, author and adventurer committed to the environment. For the last 20 years, he has been climbing the mountains of the world and particularly the Nepalese Himalayas.

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Cleaning up Everest

is a great idea

that must now

be recycled.

"Most importantly, is the story that we want to carry."
Release in December, 2022
"Most importantly,
is the story that we want to carry."
"Most importantly, is the story that we want to carry."
Release in December, 2022

Everest Recycling

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