With a population of just 66, traditional life on the tiny island of Akunnaaq is threatened by climate change and mass exodus.
For survivors of Greenland's 2017 mega-tsunami, the aftershocks of the disaster haven't finished.
Many of the children never saw their families again. Only six are still alive to hear the Danish government's apology.
Buried under a mile of ice, the basin once contained a lake the size of Rhode Island and Delaware combined, and may reveal insights about our future in a warming world.
“Is this some sort of joke?" a former prime minister responded. "Deeply insulting to the people of Greenland and Denmark.”
He shared a doctored photo of the picturesque island landscape marred by a huge Trump property.
Trump didn't let the idea go over the weekend, calling it "a large real estate deal."
“The thought of Denmark selling 50,000 citizens to the United States is completely ridiculous.”
Natural cycles can make Greenland more prone to melting. Climate change is tipping the scales.
After a blazing-hot July, over 200 billion tons of Greenland's ice sheet has melted away.
'This fits in exactly with our expectations of long-term climate change.'