Greenland and 'The Future of Ice'

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Gretel Ehrlich began spending winters in Greenland in 1993. She fears for the culture of the indigenous hunters who live there. hide caption

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Writer Gretel Ehrlich spent much time with indigenous hunters in Greenland. Global warming threatens their culture — as well as the Arctic ecosystem. She's the author of the upcoming book, The Future of Ice.

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