06 March 2021 0 Comments Posted By : Sierra Bein

Globe Climate: Changemakers said something needs to be done. They’re doing it.

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Good afternoon, and welcome to Globe Climate, a newsletter about climate change, environment and resources in Canada.

While many Canadians have been stuck inside with the winter weather and coronavirus lockdowns, these Pakistani women hope to make history on the world’s toughest peak.

K2 in the Himalayas is one of the most treacherous climbing jobs on Earth, and women have yet to break one of its difficult records. Get your fill of outdoor adventures reading this piece about the climbers that hope to change that.

Now, let’s catch you up on other news.

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