M. T. Everest Analysis

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Many people over the years have successfully climbed everest without damage done to them. MT. Everest is the largest mountain in the world standing at 20,029 feet. Although many people have climbed everest most forget those who have to climb everest the most of all them, the sherpas. Sherpas are the ones who assist tourists on their way up the MT. Everest and also help them return if the westerners are not fit to continue the journey up everest. But after all their hard work the nepalese gov have not treated the sherpas with the respect they deserve. Sherpas have to face issues everyday they work on MT. Everest and are underappreciated by many on the mountain. It especially reached a boiling point on April 25, 2014 when 16 sherpas had died and the nepalese gov disrespected them. “The Nepalese government…show more content…
Of course the sherpas themselves have solutions of their own which dont sound very unreasonable. To start off they want a proper send off to those who have died. “These include increasing the amount paid to the families of those killed to $10,000, and setting up a shrine to the workers killed at the mountain (Morrow 1).” Also they would like for them to look for the bodies of the sherpas they couldn 't find. They don 't feel right stepping over the bodies, to them it 's like stepping over family and for some they are their family. “I can 't Imagine stepping over them (Morrow 2).” What they would like is for them to look for the bodies and return the bodies to the families. Another solution would be to pay the sherpas more for what they do. After all they have the most dangerous job in the world. In Nepal they are very poor and the inhabitants make less than those working for minimum wage. “In Nepal, where the average person make less than $700 each year (Mandelbaum 1).” Most of the money comes from the tourist but when there are no tourists they don 't make much

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