The long light from the twilight sun is reflected in the fresh paint of a new cross in the cemetery outside Qaanaaq, Greenland. A changing climate - which shows itself in warming temperatures, earlier summers, later winters, and shrinking and thinning sea ice - threatens the livelihoods and traditions of some of the last subsistence hunters on Earth, the Polar Inuit communities of far Northwest Greenland.  (image by Lucian Read)
The long light from the twilight sun is reflected in the fresh paint of a new cross in the cemetery outside Qaanaaq, Greenland. A changing climate - which shows itself in warming temperatures, earlier summers, later winters, and shrinking and thinning sea ice - threatens the livelihoods and traditions of some of the last subsistence hunters on Earth, the Polar Inuit communities of far Northwest Greenland.
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