In this June 5, 2015. photo, shows a view of the Quelccaya Ice Cap, in Peru. The Quelccaya Ice Cap is the world's largest tropical glacier. Climate change threatens the complete disappearance of the Andes' tropical glaciers within the next 20 years, putting precious water, energy and food sources at risk.
In this June 5, 2015. photo, shows a view of the Quelccaya Ice Cap, in Peru. The Quelccaya Ice Cap is the world's largest tropical glacier. Climate change threatens the complete disappearance of the Andes' tropical glaciers within the next 20 years, putting precious water, energy and food sources at risk. Ricardo Lopez AP
In this June 5, 2015. photo, shows a view of the Quelccaya Ice Cap, in Peru. The Quelccaya Ice Cap is the world's largest tropical glacier. Climate change threatens the complete disappearance of the Andes' tropical glaciers within the next 20 years, putting precious water, energy and food sources at risk. Ricardo Lopez AP

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