A team of scientists comes up with an unusual idea to preserve the disappearing snows of Armenia.
Because of climate change, the weather in the small mountainous country of Armenia is getting hotter and hotter. The mountain snows that normally serve as a source of water now melt earlier, meaning floods in the spring and droughts in the summer.
Filmmaker Vardan Hovhannisyan follows a team of Armenian scientists on Mount Aragats who has come up with an unusual new idea to preserve the mountain snows.
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