A team of scientists and eco-volunteers, led by explorer Evrard Wendenbaum, heads to Renland, the last unexplored region of Greenland, then as far as the wild tundra of Jameson Land.
This untouched wilderness is located at the heart of Scoresby Sund, the largest fjord system in the world. The area provides striking scenery and leads the team to some incredible discoveries on the land, ice and water. The members of the «Scoresby Mission» alternate between transporting gear, exploring, taking scientific measurements and time spent at the camp. The data collected will allow us to better understand the role of meltwater in basal sliding and to show the impact of global warming on the acceleration of deglacierisation in Greenland, a phenomenon which will contribute to 10% of the global sea level rise.