DISAPPEARING ICE AGE ( 2008 - 2009) 

Over the last century adventurers have travelled to Greenland to explore this unknown and inhospitable world. The pictures they brought back show hardy men battling against nature and pristine wilderness. Yet, life on the world's largest island remains mysterious. Around 57 000 people cling on to the thin coastal strips that make up 15% of the huge landmass which is permanently covered with ice.

But global warming has a direct impact on life in the villages. The rising sea temperatur is threatening fundamental livelihoods like fishing and seal hunting. On a journey along the coast of Greenland, Andrea observed how traditional communities and their intimate family lives are in flux. 

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