Ninety percent of what we wear, eat and consume is carried by container ships like this one at the state-run Jaya Container Terminal of Sri Lanka's port of Colombo. Lakruwan Wanniarachchi/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Shipping: The 'Invisible Industry' That Clothes And Feeds You

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Lhamu Chhiki's husband, Chhewang Nima, summited Mount Everest 19 times. He died while leading a private expedition on Mount Baruntse in 2010. Courtesy of Grayson Schaffer hide caption

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On Mount Everest, Sherpa Guides Bear The Brunt Of The Danger

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