Stunning pictures expose the clash between modern life and native culture in Greenland
The consequences of global warming on the country's glaciers are quite obvious, but what's harder to see is how Greenland's culture is evolving as the Arctic country quickly modernizes.The native Inuit account for roughly 88% of Greenland's population and they have a strong sense of pride in their heritage. But with supermarkets and shopping centers appearing in most large towns, and electricity and other modern amenities now available even in remote areas, Greenland is headed for change.
To learn more about modern life in Greenland, take a look at the stunning images Tixier has shared with us below.
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