Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Rohtang-Pass-in-the-Himalayas-27MZIFLMYGMA.htmlConceptually similarShekhar Kapur on the HimalayasGP01ZVICompleted★★★★Shekhar Kapur on the HimalayasGP01ZVJCompleted★★★★Shekhar Kapur on the HimalayasGP01ZVACompleted★★★★Receding of Gangotri Glacier in IndiaGP01XY8Completed★★★★Shekhar Kapur on the HimalayasGP01ZVCCompleted★★★★NDTV Journalist on the HimalayasGP01ZV9Completed★★★★Receding of Gangotri Glacier in IndiaGP01XY9Completed★★★★Shekhar Kapur on the HimalayasGP01ZVGCompleted★★★★★★Receding of Gangotri Glacier in IndiaGP01XYCCompleted★★★★View AllGP01ZVHRohtang Pass in the HimalayasA landscape from Rohtang Pass. The glacier is barely visible in the far distance at the back of the valley after years of recession.Locations:Himachal Pradesh-Himalayas-India-South AsiaDate:22 Sep, 2009Credit:© Peter Caton / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3248px X 2384pxKeywords:Beauty-Climate (campaign title)-Climate change-Climate change impacts-Clouds-Day-Glacier melt-KWCI (GPI)-Mountains-Nature-Non-urban scenes-Outdoors-Rural scenes-Snow-ValleysShoot:Film Director Shekhar Kapur on the HimalayasIndian film director Shekhar Kapur visits the receding Rohtang Pass glacier on the Himalayas with Greenpeace to send a message to the world’s leaders about the dramatic effects of climate change. Shekhar is interviewed for a live satellite broadcast shown at the premiere of the film "Age of stupid" in New York. The film, directed by Franny Armstrong, shows a scenario of a future world in 2055, devastated by climate change. Shekhar Kapur supports the “TCKTCKTCK” campaign, a global movement bringing together NGOs and community groups, for actions on climate change around the world on the run up of the crucial COP15 United Nations Climate Change Summit in December.