Climate change? Bring it on, Greenlanders say

“We are probably one of the very few countries in the world that can say not only that climate change is not to our detriment, but that it has positive results – it makes it easier for us to have oil drilling offshore, more than ever before, because icebergs are smaller and less of a danger to rigs.”

That’s Aleqa Hammond, the Greenland parliament’s opposition leader and ex-cabinet minister, as quoted by the Globe and Mail’s Doug Saunders in his column of Oct. 2, “Inuit of Greenland have weather on their side.”

Read the entire column here.

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One Response to Climate change? Bring it on, Greenlanders say

  1. Throbbin says:

    Wow – that’s bass ackwards.

    I really hope they enjoy all of their money.

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