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Going to the Dogs in Greenland

Condé Nast Traveler
Climate change may still be debatable in some circles, but in Greenland—the world's largest island, covered by an ice sheet averaging 1.6 miles deep—it's an observable fact. And there is no more dramatic way to witness what may determine the earth's future (and to have a rip-roaring adventure beside...
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Kate Sisk
Kate Sisk • 1 year ago

September in Upernavik, where the sun doesn’t rise from November to February.

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