Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Yellow-River-Documentation-Tour-in-China-27MZIFKFMIB.htmlConceptually similarYellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaGP015YTCompleted★★★★Yellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaGP01GJMCompleted★★★★Yellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaGP06CGCompleted★★★★Yellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaGP05SNCompleted★★★★Yellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaGP016F4Completed★★★★Yellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaGP0YPGCompleted★★★★Yellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaGP01A3BCompleted★★★★Yellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaGP0RCICompleted★★★★Yellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaGP0QVBCompleted★★★★View AllGP0NVHYellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaA Tibetan nomadic family (grandfather, son, daughter in law and two children) at home in their new house in the Hua Shi Xia township. Environmental conditions have forced them from their traditional way of life. The Chinese government has supplied electrical appliances- TV, Stove, and furniture, with each such household getting a subsidy of 8000 RMB subsidy. Their house forms part of a new compound with 300 households already constructed. The family's nomadic lifestyle has undergone a major change.Locations:Asia-China-Dari-East Asia-QinghaiDate:10 Jun, 2005Credit:© Greenpeace / John NovisMaximum size:5000px X 3344pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Climate change impacts-Desertification-Eye contact-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Men-One person-PortraitsShoot:Yellow River Documentation Tour in ChinaFrom 1966 to 2000, glaciers in the Yellow River Source region retreated by 17% in area, causing the loss of 2.39 billion m3 of water from source of the river. Greenpeace is calling for due attention and action to deal with disasters that climate change brings about and reminds all that reducing CO2 emission to stop climate change must be done now.