Where the ground gets to hot

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Kalaallit Nunaat, the land of the people, is what Greenlanders call their land. We know it mainly from the icebergs, glaciers and immense ice cap. Now that the sea ice is melting, part of their culture is also disappearing.

Canada  – Recent climate reports confirm what the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation in Old Crow, Canada, has been experiencing for years: the Arctic landscape is changing dramatically as a result of climate change.

How long can the Inuit, the indigenous population of Greenland, survive? And at what cost? Malik Olsvig, 10-year-old: “Please stop the climate change, so I can continue to live according to our traditions.

Images: Nicole Franken – Text: Yvonne Dudock

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