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Greenland is 3,000 miles away from South Carolina, a wonderland with blue meltwater rivers and icebergs the size of islands. But what’s happening there will play decisive roles in the Lowcountry’s fate, from rising seas to heavier rains. 

Join us for a lecture with Senior Projects Reporter Tony Bartelme and Photojournalist Lauren Petracca. The reporter and photographer duo will dive into the connection between the melting ice caps in Greenland and how these events are directly impacting the rising waters in Charleston.

Moderated by Public Service & Watchdog Editor Glenn Smith.

View the photographs from their time in Greenland on display at the Main Library from October 5 to November 8. 

The Greenland Connection was made possible by generous support from the Pulitzer Center, the Fund for Investigative Journalism and The Post and Courier Investigative Fund.

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In-person tickets are very limited. Please only sign-up if you plan to attend. If you need to cancel, please let us know prior to the event date to allow another guest to join us. (***Masks are required for in-person attendees***)


Tickets are free, but you must register to attend.

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