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- 90% of Greenland is covered in ice. While its southern settlements are adapting to modernity (and modern tourism), in the remote north, life goes on as it has for hundreds of years. But something dark looms on the horizon…
- On a mysterious island lost north of Greenland, an isolated Inuit population finds itself torn between modernity and tradition, abandonment and resistance. The landscape is as beautiful as it is disturbing.
- Something needs to change. As our world heads towards environmental catastrophe, these brave and unflinching photographers offer us sobering—but also galvanizing—glimpses into some of the most pressing problems around the globe.
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