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NEWS / Film: Shifting ice + changing tides
Category: Tourism

Image: Paamiut, the centrum. Photo by Clemensfranz/Wikimedia (CC BY-SA 3.0).


Three years ago, a group of six women embarked on an adventure to sail from Iceland across the Denmark straight up the west coast of Greenland. Their aim was to explore the coastline of Greenland, while skiing down untouched slopes full of snow. Knowing that the environment they were going to explore is under threat from climate change, the crew collected samples of water and snow along the way for scientific study. 

Watch the 30 minute long short film below to see what the crew experienced on their trip, and the surprises climate change had in store:

Shifting Ice + Changing Tides from Kt Miller on Vimeo.