Greenland and 'The Future of Ice' 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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Greenland and 'The Future of Ice'

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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.

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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