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In the fragile ecosystem of the North, climate change is most visible. Greenland’s ice sheet is melting rapidly, attracting curious scientists to study its cause and effect. At the island’s periphery, indigenous Inuit have relied on the seasonal sea ice for many centuries, for food and for clothing. Today, their lives are greatly affected by the changing climate, weather and water. In the striking landscape of Greenland, the documentary takes the audience to distinct geographical locations in Greenland: The Inland Ice Sheet, the capital Nuuk, Disko Bay and the village of Siorapaluk, a settlement that lies closest to the North Pole.