The government of Greenland says it is planning to build two new incinerators to cope with the country’s waste, after an investigation by this programme. It seems the pristine Arctic shores have not escaped the damage caused by our modern throwaway culture, as we discovered in the last of our special reports – a pollution problem which Denmark says is not its responsibility, but one which lies with the authorities in Greenland themselves. For this exclusive report, we travelled to Western Greenland to the remote settlements of Qaanaaq and Siorapaluk.
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