How much trouble is humanity in as Earth’s ancient glaciers melt?
One of the world’s foremost glaciologists, Dr. Eric Rignot, returns to Greenland hoping to go the furthest north he’s ever been on a boat – a perilous journey fraught with sea ice and no radio signal – to for the first time ever survey the Humboldt glacier, one of the big potential contributors to global sea level rise. He brings his filmmaker-daughter Julia along for this 10-day journey to the end of the world. The findings from this mission will help scientists globally with their climate change projections.
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