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Greenland News

World’s Oldest Fossils Found in Greenland Click Here to Open in a New Window
The find, thought to be layers of sediment packed together by microbial communities living in shallow water, could alter our understanding of how life evolved.
How a North Pole Chat with Readers Led to an Online Sustainability Quest Click Here to Open in a New Window
How a reader Q&A during a reporting trip to the North Pole sea ice started a journalist’s journey into online inquiry on climate change and other “wicked” problems.
1941: Roosevelt Takes Steps to Head Off Hitler Click Here to Open in a New Window
From the International Herald Tribune archives: Greenland is placed under the protection of the United States in 1941.
Greenland’s Endless (for Now) Landscape Click Here to Open in a New Window
The seemingly endless and frozen landscapes around Greenland’s indigenous villages are vanishing and with them, a way of life.
In Wild Winter, Warm North Pole Storm Chills U.S. Forecast as Flooding Threatens Levees Click Here to Open in a New Window
A look at global factors shaping violent winter weather and local factors raising flooding risks.
Climate Research at the End of the World Click Here to Open in a New Window
Scientists mine Greenland’s icy environment for data to understand how climate change will alter the rest of the globe.
The Secrets in Greenland’s Ice Sheet Click Here to Open in a New Window
By studying the largest glaciers on earth, scientists hope to determine whether we’ll have time to respond to climate change or whether it’s already too late.
Greenland Is Melting Away Click Here to Open in a New Window
This river is one of a network of thousands at the front line of climate change.
A Drone’s Vantage Point of a Melting Greenland Click Here to Open in a New Window
Josh Haner, a New York Times photographer and editor, describes The Times’s use of a camera-equipped drone on a reporting assignment.
Greenland’s Farmers Torn Over Tapping Pristine Land for Mineral Riches Click Here to Open in a New Window
As the territory pushes forward with plans to mine its vast deposits of resources, many citizens fear their farming and fishing culture could be disrupted.





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