Inuit of Greenland have weather on their side

Globe and Mail: Such sunny days have lately become increasingly common in Nuuk, whose 15,000 people represent a quarter of Greenland's population, most of the rest scattered in tiny villages along a vast, roadless shoreline that encircles the ice sheet covering most of this semi-independent country. That sheet, three kilometres thick at its centre, is melting fast, as are the ice fields that surround Greenland's north. To the rest of the world, that melting appears to be the greatest problem of our ......

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