Greenland's Inuit falling through thin ice of climate change
Greenland's Inuit falling through thin ice of climate change

One of the most isolated villages in the world, 'Ittoqqortoormiit' on Greenland's east coast is 500 kilometres from the nearest human settlement.

Cold winters, ice and snow are vital for both food and water for the Inuit of the Scoresby Sound, who live deeply intertwined with the natural world, but climate change is causing the ice to melt, putting their livelihoods at risk.