How Melting Glaciers and 'Mountain Tsunamis' Threaten Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan

The Kingdom of Bhutan, tucked between India and China in the foothills of the Himalaya mountain range, is paying the price for global industrialization. To the north of the country, a chain of Himalayan glaciers are rapidly retreating – by between 20 and 30 meters per year. Experts blame climate change and predict that by 2035, the glaciers could be gone altogether.