Arctic under the spotlight at Greenland meeting


Eight Arctic nations are meeting in Greenland to discuss the management of their natural resources and the impact of climate change.

Warming temperatures threaten the livelihoods of hunters, but are also expected to create new opportunities for commercial exploitation.

Experts believe the Arctic has more than a fifth of the world's undiscovered oil and gas reserves. Will Grant reports.

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