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  1. HK trader missing in Greenland

    The StandardJul 27 10:08 AM

    A 27-year-old Hong Kong man working in London has gone missing while traveling in Greenland.

  2. HK trader missing in Greenland

    The StandardJul 26 01:11 PM

    A 27-year-old Hong Kong man working in London has gone missing while traveling in Greenland.

  3. To tell whether the island’s glacial cap will melt away any time soon, researchers are poring over old pictures and drawings for clues to its past behaviour.

  4. Greenland is home to a little more than 50,000 people. And, yet, what happens there affects billions around the world. A third of the recent sea-level rise worldwide can be linked to the melting of the country’s massive ice sheets. Now it looks like Greenland’s algae are making matters even worse. Melting of ice sheets…

  5. Algae May Be Melting the Greenland Ice Sheet

    Scientific AmericanJul 18 06:19 AM

    “Black and Bloom” project explores how microorganisms help to determine the pace of Arctic melting -- Read more on

  6. Secret World of Primeval Rivers Lies Beneath Greenland Glacier via Yahoo! NewsJul 06 05:28 AM

    A network of ancient rivers lies frozen in time beneath one of Greenland's largest glaciers, new research reveals. The subglacial river network, which threads through much of Greenland's landmass and looks, from above, like the tiny nerve fibers radiating from a brain cell, may have influenced the fast-moving Jakobshavn Isbrae glacier over the past few million years. "The channels seem to be ...

  7. A trader at a London-based investment bank has gone missing in Greenland after he went on an adventure holiday on his own, local media reported on Tuesday.

  8. By Alastair Macdonald and Elisabeth O'Leary BRUSSELS/EDINBURGH (Reuters) - Could Scots get their wish to remain, effectively, in the European Union even while maintaining their union with England once the United Kingdom as whole leaves the EU? Dubbed the "reverseGreenland" option, that was among ideas kicked around by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon during a flying visit to Brussels after Scots ...

    Scots eye EU options post Brexit - AAP via Yahoo! New Zealand News

  9. How a 'reverse Greenland' could help Scotland avoid Brexit fallout

    Christian Science Monitor via Yahoo! NewsJul 03 09:22 AM

    With Brexit, Scotland might just be able to have its cake and eat it too. Its first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, is interested in the country both effectively remaining a member of the European Union and a part of Britain, dubbed the “reverse Greenland” option, according to Reuters. Ms. Sturgeon reportedly brainstormed the option during meetings with the EU executive branch in Brussels Wednesday.

  10. What next?

    BBC GlasgowJul 25 04:14 PM

    From the Reverse Greenland to the Norway Model; what are Scotland's options for retaining ties with the EU after Brexit?

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