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Shoot: Greenland Climate Change Tour

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Greenpeace ship MV Arctic Sunrise (MVAS) tour to the Kangerdlussuaq Fjord in Greenland that until a few years ago was filled with a massive glacier that has retreated 5 km in the last few years due to global warming. Greenpeace, with scientists from the Climate Change Institute at the University of Maine, USA are documenting evidence of climate change. Preliminary findings indicate Kangerdlugssuaq Glacier on Greenland's east coast could be one of the fastest moving glaciers in the world with a speed of almost 14 kilometres per year. Outlet glaciers like Kangerdlugssuaq transport ice from the heart of the Greenland Ice Sheet to the ocean and discharge icebergs which contribute to sea level rise.
Greenland Hunters - B-Roll
19 Sep, 2005
Greenland Hunters - B-Roll
Greenland Hunters - English Version
19 Sep, 2005
Greenland Hunters - English Version
Greenland Hunters - International Version
19 Sep, 2005
Greenland Hunters - International Version
Greenland Thin Ice - International Version
12 Aug, 2005
Greenland Thin Ice - International Version
Greenland Melt Lakes VNR
16 Aug, 2005
Greenland Melt Lakes VNR
Greenland Thin Ice Clipreel #1
27 Jul, 2005
Greenland Thin Ice Clipreel #1
Greenland Thin Ice Clipreel #2
27 Jul, 2005
Greenland Thin Ice Clipreel #2
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