A retired engineer, of Washington state, wants to build a biogas digester to make fertilizer and methane from the tons of excrement left by mountaineers. “It’s my responsibility because I’m a.. Seattle Times
As the primary climbing season comes to an end, mountaineers collected over 70,000 pounds of garbage from Mount Everest Base Camp and below Camp II, according to an official at Sagarmatha Pollution.. GrindTV
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland’s Ben Jealous says he’s ready to climb what some describe as the state’s political Mount Everest: Defeating Republican Gov. Larry Hogan. It just might be that.. Seattle Times
In China a team of 30 people has managed to clear Mount Everest of 9.4 tons of waste since April. The amount of waste has continued to grow with an increasing number of visitors to the world's tallest.. Christian Science Monitor
Tiger Woods still is aiming high, saying he is "absolutely" convinced he can regain his old form. We will see. What we saw over the past two days is how steep the climb will be. Getting up there with.. Newsday
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· *In May, social network ASKfm sponsored a group of cryptocurrency enthusiasts to climb Mount Everest as a part of a marketing stunt for their forthcoming ICO.*
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Charlotte Fox, a mountain climber who survived the 1996 disaster on Mount Everest that became the subject of the book "Into Thin Air," died from an apparent fall from the top of her stairs at her home.. Newsmax
Charlotte Fox’s eyes were frozen behind her contact lenses. The snow had begun falling as Fox and her fellow climbers descended from the top of the world, the peak of Mount Everest, where she could.. Seattle Times