Greenland, where climate change meets the eye: A 360-degree experience

Greenland, the massive Arctic landmass that’s bigger than Mexico, is about 80% covered in ice containing about 10% of the world’s freshwater reserves. This 360-degree tour of Greenland gives a unique perspective on how climate change is imperiling a significant portion of this landlocked ice as polar regions warm faster than other areas.

For a further look at what makes Greenland ground zero for global warming, watch a video of Fusion’s trip to the region earlier this year. Climate change is often hard to visualize, and Greenland’s melting and calving glaciers offer one of the best ways to capture the disruptive nature of the slow-moving changes.