Arctic way of living 'under threat'

Traditional existence of remote Inuit communities faces growing danger as sea ice retreats due to global warming.

    Deep in the Arctic, remote Inuit communities are facing up to a future of change.

    As the sea ice retreats due to global warming, their traditional existence is coming under threat.

    In the second part of his series, Al Jazeera's Nick Clark travels to the remote island settlement of Qerqertat, Greenland.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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