To many, children happily splashing about in the water is very normal. In Tasiilaq, a town located in southeastern Greenland, people used to rely on dog sledding for transport. Now, because of global warming and melting ice, riverbeds have become a fun playground for children. This has got us thinking: will Greenland become an ideal place to live in one day?
The final product in the Melting Greenland project, the much-anticipated Melting Greenland documentary is set to make its global debut at the World Biodiversity Summit 2022 taking place on 21 September during UNGA 77 (the 77th session of the UN General Assembly) and Climate Week NYC.
A team consisting of Vision Project, United Daily News and O’right, Melting Greenland set off on a 23-day mission across Greenland for an up-close insight into melting glaciers and local lifestyle. Their journey will be made into a documentary to raise awareness on climate change and urge people to take action.
Ever tried stand-up paddleboarding (SUP) on in Arctic waters? O’right’s Chief Sustainability Officer (CSO) took on this challenge as he glided across the watery landscape on a stand-up paddleboard amongst icebergs.
At Melting Greenland’s campsite by Knud Rasmussen glacier, they charge their cell phones with solar power, cook meals with water nearby…
Let #MeltingGreenland take you on a jaw-dropping, breathtaking aerial journey over the Greenland landscape.
On August 14, 2021, unprecedented rain fell for the first time in recorded history at Greenland’s ice sheet summit. The historic rain event dumped 7 billion tons of water, enough to generate hydropower.
This custom winter-proof and waterproof jacket offers insulation, designed to keep our team warm, dry and protected in Arctic temperature conditions.
O’right expedition team is ready to embark on their 23-day journey in the Arctic. We are incredibly grateful and blessed to have such a wonderful international team from all parts of the world.
O’right Melting Greenland team has arrived in Copenhagen, Denmark
Adam Lyberth is a Greenlandic with extensive experience guiding in the region and Inuit photographer.
With a population of around 4,000, Ilulissat is the third-largest city in Greenland.
It’s not every day you get the chance to stand on a chunk of glacial ice in the Arctic…
Greenland’s Ilulissat Icefjord is a massive collection of icebergs that have calved from the Sermeq Kujalleq glaciers.
According to the National Climate Center, in June this year, the global average temperature was about 0.4 °C higher than the same period in previous years.