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This woman removed tons of trash from Everest

She climbed Mount Everest three times, but she’s accomplished another feat: removing several tons of trash from its Tibetan side. Brut nature met Marion Chaygneaud-Dupuy.

10/24/2020 4:29 PM

22 comments

  • शैशव प.
    11/17/2020 16:37

    🇳🇵🙏

  • Karen O.
    11/16/2020 11:19

    You know how to get rid of trash from the mountain. Don't climb it.Ignorant disrespectful people.🐬😜

  • Aileen S.
    11/12/2020 20:24

    Me too! But I’m afraid that my climbing days are gone now.

  • Heidi S.
    11/12/2020 15:33

    IF I COULD DARE TO CLIMB THAT HIGH.....I'D HELP YOU CLEAN UP ALSO!!!!

  • Elyane K.
    10/31/2020 14:56

    super bravo

  • Jacqueline V.
    10/30/2020 10:01

    French chick

  • Sha D.
    10/28/2020 01:37

    the animals are carrying humans trash. i am ashamed of being human.

  • Rasika G.
    10/27/2020 14:00

    After sm years if this continues it will become a trash mountain..

  • Montu J.
    10/26/2020 05:16

    Someone cares !

  • Arabella S.
    10/26/2020 02:16

    If people left the mountain alone in the first place and didn't publicise it so much, there wouldn't be this problem. Some people have ego issues and always need to 'conquer' all. So ya, after bringing truck loads of people to Everest all for glorifying yourself, now do so even more by pretending you're cleaning it up.

  • Nivea L.
    10/25/2020 14:52

    Merci de tout ❤️ coeur Marion Chaygneaud-Dupuy 🙏.

  • Dorine V.
    10/25/2020 12:22

    Thank you so much for helping keep our beautiful mother GAIA clean. I'm shocked about the so-called nature lovers who leave their trash there. And I hope this wonderful project will help to keep the mountain clean 🙏😇💖

  • Wee K.
    10/25/2020 04:38

    Thank you !!🙏🙏

  • Noel S.
    10/25/2020 04:08

    100% of these Climbers are Rich and Educated. But look on how THEY Abuse the environment. No manners, IDIOTS

  • Frances E.
    10/24/2020 21:59

    THANK YOU FOR YOUR INVOLVMENT IN THIS.

  • Kevin O.
    10/24/2020 20:28

    Good for her. All these so called nature lovers are always the most messy.

  • Jeorj F.
    10/24/2020 20:27

    Respect.

  • Tom E.
    10/24/2020 17:50

    I first heard of the growing problems in the Himalaya of Nepal when Mike Harding premiered his documentary film in Harrogate in 1994 "The Kleenex Trail- up Everest the soft way". I'm so glad to see the rehabilitation of the habitat and terrain, the mountain is sacred to the indigenous people there.

  • Joanne R.
    10/24/2020 17:49

    Thank you!

  • Manju S.
    10/24/2020 17:36

    There r some people who work non stop for the society but never reveal congratulations mam

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