Surviving climate change in the Arctic: The Last Igloo
Follow Inuit hunter Julius Neilsen navigating the wondrous lands of Greenland that are threatened by climate change in this BBC Documentary.
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What does a life entirely driven by nature and the wilderness look like? This beautiful, meditative 90-minute documentary follows the daily routines of Inuit hunter Julius Nielsen, whose lifestyle centres around navigating wondrous artic landscapes. Whilst his two children have grown up in an age of technology overload, the life known to Julius, traversing glacial terrain is much more stripped back. Through exquisite drone footage and a transportive soundtrack, we journey to East Greenland to learn more about how he travels, hunts and sleeps on such an extraordinary terrain.
“Somehow nature controls me. It’s a very strange feeling. The sensation is overwhelming.”
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