'Melting Away' —  Climate change and Greenland's Inuits

Over the past five years photographer Ciril Jazbec has documented the changing lives of the Inuit people in Greenland, the world’s largest island that is covered by the world’s largest and fastest melting ice sheet. Together with the darkening of its surface, the majority of the scientists have come to agree these changes in Greenland will affect the entire planet and its living species. Jazbec’s long term project, Melting Away, is about a people at the forefront of climate change, possessed of an ancient knowledge of hunting,  in search for ways to...

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By: Yahoo News - Thursday, 14 June

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