The Shrinking Glaciers of Mount Cook National Park / by Alex Metcalfe

Mount Cooks looms large even at a distance over one of the many glacial rivers that flow through the national park of her namesake.

New Zealand’s biggest glacier, the Tasman, flows here. But every year, it’s a little smaller. 

With President Trump recently announcing that America will be withdrawing from the Paris Climate Agreement, how long will they remain?

Mount Cook National Park, New Zealand 2015.