Here's a new twist on climate change. Something is sparkling in Greenland these days, and it's not ice.
It seems the rush is on in Greenland for diamonds. Newly exposed rock that was under a sheet of ice several years ago has revealed some impressive diamond finds, including a 2.4 carat rock in a western Greenland trial dig.
This highlights a new era of oil mineral, and other natural resource exploration in the new Arctic frontier. As new islands emerge, new land areas jut out from under dissapearing ice.