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On Land in Greenland: A Photo Essay

On Land in Greenland: A Photo Essay

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 12, 2017 1

Because Greenland is the largest island in the world, it makes sense that many people’s travels there are boat-based, as mine were four years ago. There is little infrastructure: roads are rare, and places

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Greenland Ice Sheet Melt Exceeds Scientific Predictions

Greenland Ice Sheet Melt Exceeds Scientific Predictions

Natural Habitat Adventures November 7, 2016 0

Greenland has become the global symbol of climate change. From polar bears stranded on flimsy floating ice slabs to shocking time lapse photos of glaciers melting to “before”/”after” images showing rapidly receding glacial lines.

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Greenland’s Earthquakes: A Warming Planet’s New Worry?

Greenland’s Earthquakes: A Warming Planet’s New Worry?

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 14, 2015 2

Climate change has caused accelerated calving and melting of tidal glaciers around the world, resulting in a sea-level rise. But that’s not the only consequence: when large chunks of ice break off of a

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Dirty Adventure Travel

Dirty Adventure Travel

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 17, 2012 6

Antibacterial soaps, alcohol wipes and bleach in our everyday cleaning products have made us focused on eliminating all the germs that we possibly can from our lives. And when it comes to our children,

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Can Tourism Help Save the Greenland Ice Sheet?

Can Tourism Help Save the Greenland Ice Sheet?

Wendy Redal April 6, 2012 0

Will more visitors to Greenland—one of the world’s last remaining tourism frontiers—help raise concern about global warming and its effects on our planet’s diminishing ice

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Can You Guess our “Alaska Alternative” for True Adventurers?

Can You Guess our “Alaska Alternative” for True Adventurers?

Wendy Redal February 8, 2011 0

While you can still find real wilderness in Alaska, it's getting harder all the time, as more than 1 million visitors descend on the 49th state from May to September each year. We've got

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