More than 250km inside the Arctic Circle, the coastal town of Ilulissat in western Greenland is a busy port. In the Arctic region, temperatures have risen faster than elsewhere on earth, and the impact of climate change is being felt on the local way of life. For example dog-sledding, a long-held tradition in the north and east of Greenland, has been given up by many local hunters and fishermen, and the number of sled dogs has slumped nationwide. Also, over 35.000 cubic metres of ice calve from the glacier each year, and more icebergs spew into Disko Bay than anywhere else in the northern hemisphere. In some ways, Arctic life has also become easier: milder winters have brought new opportunities, and Ilulissat is booming. Read the full article on BBC