"Climate change is a fact. We´re experiencing some of the hottest annual temperatures on record. But where we see it most is in the Arctic. In fact we've seen double the global temperature average increase there."
Follow Jacqueline McGlade as she travels through 250 kilometers of melting arctic terrain looking for signs of climate change. As the executive director of the European Environment Agency she knows the hard facts of climate change, but nowhere do you see it more clearly than in the arctic. Together with three colleagues she enrolls her team into the SIKU Extreme Arctic Challenge in the remote region of East Greenland. On the way she talks to the local inuits and find out how they adapt to a changing world.
WINNER, Oxford International Film Festival
"Entertaining and story driven film that reach new audiences and supply credible information on climate change." - Oxford International Film Festival, Ohio.