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Remembering Conservationist Mingma Norbu Sherpa

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Remembering Conservationist Mingma Norbu Sherpa

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Remembering Conservationist Mingma Norbu Sherpa

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Mingma Sherpa with a tree seedling.

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Mingma Sherpa's Last Interview

Mingma Norbu Sherpa was one of 24 conservationists killed in Nepal this week in a recent helicopter crash near Kathmandu.

A child of the Himalayas, Sherpa, 50, was an official with the World Wildlife Fund who helped change conservation practices around the world. NPR's John Nielsen has a remembrance.

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