Glacier to go

Talking about a revolution (Issue II/2020)


The water from melting glaciers in Greenland will be used commercially to solve drought problems in other parts of the world. The Greenland government is thus offering a solution to glacier melt and water shortages as a result of global warming. Up to 16 commercial companies will receive permission to collect glacier water in Greenland and sell it worldwide.



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