The video is clearly of very high production quality, and relies not only on interviews of western researchers, as sometimes happen in these sort of productions, but they also sent a film crew to Tibet to chronicle the changes in glaciers.
|Source: Asia Society|
Some quick quotes from the video: "It's mostly about water" "If this keeps going, people and animals will no longer be able to get enough water". The focus on water as the first, and most important impact of climate change on human society tracks exactly with the findings of the IISS.
Videos and projects like this are extremely important, because they are not only aimed at western audiences. By traveling over to China and interviewing people in Tibet, videos like this can raise awareness within China too about the impacts of climate change. As the two largest emitters of carbon, the US and China are the key players in acting to reduce their emissions - and nations act only when it is in their interest to act. This video makes it clear that China, and Tibet, are already paying the costs for climate change.
I tried to have the video embedded here, but they have not released the code. Head over to their website, and watch the whole 10 minute video. It is well worth your time.