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How China’s Belt and Road and an Australian mining company could be the deciding issues in the Greenland election – ABC News

Greenlanders are weighing up the delicate balance of economic growth, foreign influence and their environment as an election campaign largely centred on a Chinese-backed…

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Stretching like a frozen white ocean, Greenland’s ice sheet has long helped stabilise the global climate.
It’s a third the size of Australia and more than two kilometres thick.
But waterfalls now gush in the summer from melting ice, feeding yellow wildflowers and wild thyme, as climate change accelerates.
Greenland has just experienced its two hottest summers on record. During the summer thaw, the odd stray polar bear has ventured off the ice sheet, looking for food.
“Climate change is also changing…

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