In this summer of split-screen conflict, the world is focused on protests in Teheran and preparations for missile tests in Pyongyang – two reasons not to notice an event that might presage a new natural resource order for the 21st Century.
Today in tiny Nuuk, capital city of Greenland – population 17,000; less than the size of the entourage following Tiger Woods from tee to green in the U.S. Open – Greenlanders are celebrating Namminersorneq, Innuit for Self-Governance Day.
Is Greenland the Next Energy Superpower?
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