With their sled in tow, a pack of dogs trudge towards a distant mountain range in north-west Greenland.
The stunning picture may seem typical enough of the Danish territory.
What’s beneath their feet – a shallow pool of crystal-blue water – is anything but.
Last week, however, temperatures soared well above normal levels in Greenland, causing about half of its ice sheet surface to experience melting.
And the sea ice around the territory is, of course, also feeling this heat. Steffen Olsen, a climate scientist at the…
Mr Olsen and his team were…