Warming temperatures in Greenland are impacting the way of life for many of the 56,000 people who live there. NPR looks at how one family in southern Greenland adapting to the changes.

Warming Temperatures Are Forcing People In Greenland To Change Their Lifestyles

By Jackie Northam NPR
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