The Arctic is experiencing climate change faster than anywhere else in the world and water is at the heart of this story. Learn how melting ice sheets and sea ice in Iceland, Greenland and ... See full summary »

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The Arctic is experiencing climate change faster than anywhere else in the world and water is at the heart of this story. Learn how melting ice sheets and sea ice in Iceland, Greenland and Labrador will have global implications on the loss of biodiversity and the dynamics of ocean currents that could lead to dangerous spin off climate change events. How will the people and wildlife of the North adapt to these changes? Could some groups even profit from the disappearance of sea ice and how will the rest of the world experience the effects of The Big Thaw? Written by SK Films Inc.

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