On the Trail of the Glaciers
Exploring the past for a sustainable future
Our vision
Our work strives to nurture greater ecological awareness

We use the technique of comparative photography, a technique that combines the power of images to communicate with rigorous historical and scientific research. Photographs chronicling the retreat of the earth’s largest mountain glaciers and scientific evidence are combined to highlight the extraordinary changes in climate that our planet is undergoing, and of the urgent need to take all possible actions to limit the consequences.

Fabiano Ventura, Project Leader

photographs taken
research projects
carried out
Cho Oyu and its Glacier, Gyarag
Today we move on from the Everest base camp and make our way to the base camp at Cho Oyu, the world’s sixth highest mountain. During a journey over mainly dirt roads we come across a Tibetan family grazing their yaks while, close by, we get a glimpse of a vulture close to a dead [...]
GQ Magazine november 2017
Is on newsstands, on the November issue of the well-known magazine GQ, of the Condè Nast group, an interview by Marzia Nicolini about the project On the traces of the glaciers. In the interview I explain the motivations, the results and the future of the project telling anecdotes of the expeditions and the values that [...]
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