How do you show climate change in pictures? Hear photographer Ciril Jazbec talk about making images in Greenland and how climate change is affecting everyday life for Greenlanders.
PHOTOGRAPHER: Ciril Jazbec
PHOTO EDITOR: Kurt Mutchler
PRODUCERS: Shannon Sanders and Spencer Millsap
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