The Alpine Club (AC) has released a statement written in collaboration with the BMC, the UIAA and the mountain guiding body, the IFMGA on proposed changes to mountaineering regulations in Nepal. Following a spate of deaths on Everest in 2019 and sensationalised mainstream media reports, the AC responded by highlighting the key issues and putting forward suggestions for better regulation of the country's mountain tourism industry, with input from professional organisations, mountaineers and local community members in Nepal.
Thanks. But the article says "For those hiring guiding services, it's better to make the experts on the mountain responsible that their clients are up to it". The sad death of Shriya Shah-Klorfine is a case against this philosophy