15 Aug 2019

Climate change hitting remote Greenland communities hard

Chief Correspondent

July was the hottest month on Earth since records began, according to meteorologists. All this week we’ve been reporting from Greenland on the dramatic impact global warming is having on the ice shelf. Scientists say Greenland’s ice is melting at a rate they were not expecting to see until 50 years time.
Our Chief Correspondent Alex Thomson looks at the effect climate change is having on the small communities of people that live in this rapidly changing wilderness.