Greenland is covered in so much ice that if it all melted, it would raise sea level around the world by 23 feet. While it\'s not all melting, scientists say that climate change is turning a lot of that ice to water. But, how do we know?
The glaciers of the Pamir mountains, which provide over 50% of Central Asia's water resources, are rapidly melting at a rate similar to Greenland's continental glacier. Three generations of Pamiri women share the impacts of the melt and decreasing water levels.