Tour of the Arctic (1/2) - from Svalbard to Siberia | DW Documentary

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2 yıl önce

The Arctic is one of the most fascinating regions on our planet, and one of the most threatened. Two film crews explore its spectacular wilderness in a two-part documentary. Part one takes viewers from Norway’s Svalbard archipelago to Siberia.
The region around the North Pole is one of the greatest and least-known wildernesses in the world, and it’s rapidly changing due to global warming. The retreat of Arctic sea ice can be observed everywhere along the Arctic Circle, presenting those who live there with dramatic changes. This documentary takes viewers on a journey through the Arctic circle and explores those changes.
It begins in Norway’s Svalbard archipelago, a place to see one of nature’s most spectacular displays - the northern lights. With the ice retreating, cruise ships can now travel further north than was previously possible. This places a strain on the fragile ecosystem. But more visitors may also mean more awareness about the risks that face the region, and more motivation to protect the Arctic.
But as if often the case, protecting nature in the Arctic is at odds with economic interests. Russia, in particular, is keen to sell Arctic fossil fuels to the rest of world. The film next takes viewers to the gas-rich Yamal Peninsula in northwestern Siberia, where the Russian company Novatek has built the northernmost industrial facility on the globe.
Further East in Yakutia, two noises fill the air: the relentless buzzing of mosquitoes that infest the Siberian tundra in summer, and the steady dripping of the thawing permafrost on the banks of the Kolyma River. The film’s journey ends in Chukotka in the northeast of Russia, a region closer to Alaska than to the Russian capital Moscow.
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@terjemyller6573 2 yıl önce
I’m Norwegian, living inside the polar circle. Thanks for an impressive, high-quality, well-researched and grave yet balanced account of what’s happening up here. Hopefully this documentary gets the audience it deserves.
@xpost9381 2 yıl önce
Really.... well...researched? Haha. I would say something different..... That research was rather non-existent. It does not seem like you paid much attention to what they presented or are you just ignorant...? There were one factual failure after the other in that video.
@terjemyller6573 2 yıl önce
@@xpost9381 I meant journalistic research, not scientific. I am not a scientist but maybe you are. What were the failures?
@BrassLock 2 yıl önce
@@terjemyller6573 That X post probably won't bother to reply, he's too busy criticising someone else right now; it's his reason for living. He lists a whole host of gripes, from complaining about the exposure levels of the video camera, the sound of the wind, to the location of the Captain talking about potential ice damage to the ship, and the proper description of LPG which powers the ship. He drones on . . . and on . . . and on . . . He's one of those unfortunates who'se always got a chip on his shoulder; he likely suffers from Seasonally Adjusted Mood Disorder 😒
@axsh970 2 yıl önce
@xxxfallenseraphxx Yıl önce
I stumbled across this channel tonight and thoroughly enjoyed learning and seeing this much different part of the world from my living room here in Pennsylvania. Thank you for such incredible content. I'm excited to watch and learn more!
@StephiSensei26 2 yıl önce
Thank you DW, you bring us to places we may never experience and you open our eyes to the conditions and plights of those with whom we share the earth, both human and animal. 10 stars!
@ahmadnawaz9448 2 yıl önce
Indeed it's amazing
@terencebarrett2897 2 yıl önce
I also feel all this weather manipulation what innocent unaware ordinary people take for granted or know nothing of as ',oh oh, tut tut ""no' no' and dumping rubbish out at sea is a big yes yes yes,, they speak discuss,etc' charge for recycling, but when you think, the numerous things repairable, household goods,etc , but they have made it so expensive to repair,,but now they suggest, insinuate, blame,threaten, etc,cause friction hate between nations
@Temptation666 2 yıl önce
@@terencebarrett2897 uh what?
@terencebarrett2897 2 yıl önce
@@Temptation666 cor I don't half ramble on, don't I ha ha,see friend, I have had strokes,etc etc and also was diagnosed brain disease etc,but some of my comments I have to go back and adjust,such as missing words etc,and some its" whoosh" rambling away trying to get out what I mean'
@michaelmichael1225 Yıl önce
Indeed 💯 watching from East Africa 🇸🇴love the program
@lashachakhunashvili1399 2 yıl önce
Having written my geography thesis on the Arctic, it's increasingly intriguing and fascinating to see how the interest toward this drastically changing part of the world is gradually growing. We're entering a new era with what a watchful observer can call a New Arctic. Thanks, DW.
@rosehandstand8705 2 yıl önce
The indigenous people in this documentary are so beautiful and so vital to our understanding of ecosystems like the Arctic. They hold so much valuable wisdom and knowledge! Also love the idea behind Pleistocene Park!
@jesusislord6545 2 yıl önce
Repent to Jesus Christ!! ““Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.” ‭‭Matthew‬ ‭7:7‬ ‭NIV‬‬ B
@cay820 2 yıl önce
@@thecheeseburglar8544 that doesn’t even make sense
@lumbeeboi8067 2 yıl önce
@@cay820 it literally made sense. Maybe your just slow
@jayhansen9705 2 yıl önce
How wise are the people running eyes wide open into extinction? They are fools. Clinging to a way of life incompatible with living in todays world. Those who hold on to the old ways will surely vanish from this earth. Where is the wisdom in that?
@SergeyLunegov 2 yıl önce
Great documentary! Very very thank you! I'm from Chukchi Autonomous Region originally and lived my first 17 years ashore Chukchi Sea, in the neighborhood with Vancarem between walruses and polar bears too. This place is called Ryrkaypiy, from indigenous language means - The place of walruses. Every year this place accumulate many ten thousands of walruses(30-50k) in summer. Also there is a polar bear trail between mainland and Vrangel island, where polar bears spend winter months. And when they get to ashore from mainland instinctly there are no ice yet, since global heating at least for last 20 years. And they wander along the ashore and nearest villages like Ryrkaypiy for looking a food. It is too sad and dangerous for them and the people.
@ferdrewflores3612 2 yıl önce
@ferengiprofiteer9145 2 yıl önce
Polar bear populations are expanding. They are the best swimmers of all land mammals. Garbage is an easier meal than hunting. Weather changes. We are in an inter glacial period. The next "climate change" will be a glacial period.
@ferengiprofiteer9145 2 yıl önce
@@KateeAngelReally? Then why didn't they go extinct during the last interglacial period. Temperatures were higher and it lasted longer than this one. The arguement that their population is not growing is that previous counts were wrong. I didn't take environmental logic class, but it's not a lie to conclude that this 'accurate' count is therefore a baseline. It can't show a trend one way or another. It's also logical to suspect that's an agenda driven conclusion, and the population is expanding, just like the data shows.
@rarebird_82 2 yıl önce
With a proper chad name like Sergey Lunegov aswell! Er... marry me? 😍😋😘
@asperneto Yıl önce
For someone who lives on the equator, I appreciate DW educating us about how people live in the Northernmost part of the earth. I believe, we are all created in places where our bodies are climatized with the environment our ancestors were born in. I'd probably die if I lived there. Looking at the expansive ice and cold, I can appreciate the sun and beaches more where I live.
@Bearodon Yıl önce
I live in norther Sweden it is not that bad.
@keacyut777 9 aylar önce
​@@Bearodon no but it is depressing. There is nothing like a sun can do to a body.
@wtcnl 8 aylar önce
A human being originally seems to be a tropical creature ...
@ladeluff_ 7 aylar önce
Thank you for showing us the distant corners of our home planet. I really enjoy your arctic documentaries. The melting ice of the Arctic still rages amongst the monumental Documentary that is produced. It´s up there with the ones BBC produce. "It's enthralling, fascinating and beyond words to see the pristine beauty of the Arctic. " Respect and shoutout from the middle of Norway. (just south of the polar circle)
@pvb876287 11 aylar önce
Definately the best Arctic documentary In years. It shows how the people, wildlife and land are changing, because of climate change.
@MrHereWeGoYo 10 aylar önce
Amazing documentaries. As someone who lives in the big city these stories are a great way to escape the noise. If only for a little while.
@hrishavkhaware 2 yıl önce
Thanks DW for such beautiful documentary, I hope people around the world will understand nature and stop hurting it.
@Gotyeahmusic Yıl önce
and stop getting there on massive boats full of trash and oil.
@kamaldeepmaan4292 2 yıl önce
DW Documentary is doing a great job raising awareness and spreading knowledge, letting people know different cultures, people and ecosystems all around the globe. One of my fav channel 🙏🏿
@carkod Yıl önce
They should just stop using Game of Thrones music in the background.
@kimberlyperrotis8962 Yıl önce
I always enjoy DW’s high-quality documentaries, thanks!
@kmkhare385 2 yıl önce
Most fascinating place. Beautiful land scape covered by snow. Lovely sea journey by cruise. Life is more tough & amid adversaries. People live happily, without worries despite numerous threats. I appreciate endeavour of team.
@Helladius666 Yıl önce
Propaganda of the worst kind. With suitable music to pass through the unconscious barriers.
@shashankpradhan1162 11 aylar önce
Wow Great documentary. The Russian - Siberian part was very very interesting and very well covered. Aptly put by Sergei 41.20 “Whether in this region or any other, the few indigenous people on this earth have never inflicted great harm on Nature” Looking forward to the part 2. Keep the great work coming. Hats off to entire team.
@DWDocumentary 11 aylar önce
Thanks for watching us!
@ladeluff_ 7 aylar önce
Sergei 41.20 “Whether in this region or any other, the few indigenous people on this earth have never inflicted great harm on Nature” Sergei and his family is actually visited by Ben Fogle a couple of seasons ago. (New Lives in the Wild is my favorite show of all time.
@gurhanweyrah3930 2 yıl önce
Thank you DW. You never disappoint. You always cover the most important issues in the most impeccable ways
@DWDocumentary 2 yıl önce
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@soniatriana9091 Yıl önce
Thank you for such a fantastic documentary! The crew was awesome! What I witnessed & heard definitely confirmed for me, that maybe the beginning of our environmental crisis actually started when the big nations around the world began to develop into what was called the “Industrial Revolution”. The level of pollution to our atmosphere & our natural environment (rivers, lakes, wildlife, etc) was out of control & it continues today.
@Dinar492 2 yıl önce
Thank you Dw channel for producing such an amazing documentary. I'am a big fan of you'r documentaries. I'm literally stick to documentaries, it helps me a lot to broaden my horizons and get useful insights.
@DWDocumentary 2 yıl önce
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@Emma-hu2ic 2 yıl önce
What a privilege to have been able to do this trip/report and for us to be able to watch it! Thank you!
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@manojprabhakar684 2 yıl önce
Pls keep up the good work . I can feel the efforts put in to make this documentary 👏
@edwingionzago 2 yıl önce
Just love this. Such beautiful scenes. Amazing documentary DW and thank you.
@biswamishra8038 2 yıl önce
DW is a precious channel. Always content oriented and great journalism.
@DWDocumentary 2 yıl önce
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@nicamaben 2 yıl önce
Im a stay at home mom so busy taking care of my kids, my home and my husband. I watch DW docu every chance I could - while cooking, washing dishes, folding clothes and when the kids are finally in bed. It relaxes me after a long day. It's part of my slow evening routine. Thank you, DW. :)
@shrinidhikulkarni4836 2 yıl önce
@@DWDocumentary you're the best. Please spread news about gulf Muslim spreading related funding in India.
@nickabramski1507 2 yıl önce
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@tomsonfire3740 2 yıl önce
you know they don't make these documentaries, yeah?
@SagunaBaug85 11 aylar önce
Beautiful documentary 🙏🏻🙏🏻, really opens our eyes for the world we don't usually see
@woo5174 2 yıl önce
Great work! Very interesting to see these places that have so little media coverage.
@Helladius666 Yıl önce
Nonsense! 100% propaganda!
@samimaric8108 2 yıl önce
Amazing documentary, thank you so much for providing us insight in a different places of this beautiful Earth we live on 👏
@DWDocumentary 2 yıl önce
Thank you so much for watching and your positive feedback!
@josephchandra97 2 yıl önce
DW reports and documentaries are renowned for their excellent quality in terms of meticulous research, accuracy, relevance and brilliant photography. I never fail to watch them on TRshow and Satellite TV especially the news on DW English news channel.
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@walkgreece Yıl önce
Great work , beautiful Siberia .Thanks for sharing, greetings from Greece!!!❤
@SurajYadav_24 10 aylar önce
Definitely a excellent documentary, With such type of documentary we can imagine how the future of arctic would be, due to ambitious project by Arctic countries it will play one of the prominent role in warming of the Arctic. Also know about the indigenous people of Siberia, Everywhere these types of tribes is prevailed but, everyone has these own belief and faith.
@malcolmbrown5261 Yıl önce
A very good documentary, great camera work and well narrated
@Tillerman56 Yıl önce
The ship seen in the excercise at 9:02 is called Plancius, a former oceanographic research vessel of the Dutch Navy. Looks like a very interesting trip!
@rarebird_82 2 yıl önce
Wonderful stuff, my dad lives in Norway, has done for 33 of my 39 years, one visit captured his heart forever. Though sad at the time, now I see why. I really want to visit Svalbard, Siberia, Russia and Iceland, when l have the time/money/freedom 🤍
@axsh970 2 yıl önce
Ohh kool if I see your dad then I'll surely say hi. I am visiting Norway soon.
@IceExplorer548 Yıl önce
I want to visit Svalbard
@irenecastillo6958 2 yıl önce
Really enjoyed it. Visited areas that I will never see in person. Thank you for this journey ❤️❤️
@wangpuaaboh2909 2 yıl önce
Nature is truly mesmerizing and inspirational!
@tomsonfire3740 2 yıl önce
yet we are destroying it...
@javedaslamsays 2 yıl önce
What a beautiful documentary. I love DW documentaries. Thank you so much for showing me the beautiful people around the world. @DW
@DWDocumentary 2 yıl önce
Thank you for watching and your positive feeback! We're happy to hear that you enjoy our content :)
@norawright6000 2 yıl önce
Amazing documentary! Thank you for your hard work! 🙏🙏🙏
@imranqazi11 2 yıl önce
Astonishing Wonder how much hard work n toil is needed to make such marvelous documenateries Baffled by the beauty of arctic and also disheartening that these precious geographic niches are slowly being destroyed by human interference Hats off to the filmaker team and DW for bringing this to us 👍👍
@Delitez1 Yıl önce
This is the first time ever in my life that I see native people of the Arctic circle they are beautiful. It seems that Native people around the world are losing their lands and their livelihoods due to technology. I know technology can be useful in many ways but we must never forget to respect the people who have been in their lands for many generations and future generations must respect nature, working only with it and alongside it as to not to harm it or impact it’s plants, animals, ecosystems, environments and all that naturally has established the balance of life there. Prayers and Blessings out to the people and animals there. May God restore what has been impacted and or damaged, May God protect everyone in this world created by His Loving hands, in Jesus name. ♥️🙏🏼
@tomservo75 9 aylar önce
Hopefully all find a way to live together. The technology is both inevitable and necessary, but we can make compromises so that the Native people can survive too. It's not easy but blaming one side as this doc seems to do, doesn't help either
@robertshelton9881 Yıl önce
I was cold, just watching. Thanks for your courage to capture this magic land.
@khim2970 2 yıl önce
I like DW the most, especially the kind of adventure and environment topics.
@azlanroni8525 2 yıl önce
bravo. a standing ovation. great job DW and team. inspirational !
@DWDocumentary 2 yıl önce
Hi @Azlan Roni, thanks for watching, we are glad you like our content :)
@owenchuarbx 2 yıl önce
I wish I could travel to such destinations.
@joedirte716 2 yıl önce
Get a job
@crystaleyes4288 2 yıl önce
Simply love these documentaries ❤️🙏
@princeswaby6383 2 yıl önce
Great documentary DW, I enjoy this one [part 1] but as soon as I get the time I will watch part 2. From JAMAICA with love DW seasons greetings to you all keeping us informed.
@chaterjipriyam4889 2 yıl önce
Thanks for such an immensely informative artic reality !👌
@axsh970 2 yıl önce
Jai ram!
@waltervega8730 Yıl önce
Great documentary! love to learn from various parts of the globe.
@DWDocumentary Yıl önce
Thanks a lot for watching and for your positive feedback. We appreciate you taking the time to comment and are glad you like our content!
@christopherhughes2211 Yıl önce
What an amazing story. This is hands down the best channel on TRshow.einfach unglaublich!
@ethericboy 2 yıl önce
"Wherever people appear,unspoiled nature disapears" Such a strong message and so true,almost made me cry.Humans end up destroying everything they encounter!
@dangrimes5078 2 yıl önce
Not really. But they do kill each other a lot.
@ethericboy 2 yıl önce
@@dangrimes5078 "Not really"?Whats that suppused to mean,that people are"nt destroying our environment?
@daisychain3007 2 yıl önce
That is so true, but not everyone can live in a large, busy town.
@ethericboy 2 yıl önce
@@daisychain3007 Not everyone wants to live in a large stinky town where just the j\lack of air quality shaves years off of your live 17 km from oslo in the countrydide which suits me just fine
@dangrimes5078 2 yıl önce
@@ethericboy no they're not. Relax mr ed it's going to be ok. The world isn't going to heat up and kill you ad c02 isn't a polutant. Although I do think we need to stop using the ocean as a garbage can. We use way more plastic for packaging than we need to. But what are we to do when other countries dump raw sewage into the ocean and dump crap into the air. Oh and here's another thing to think about. We have very safe nuclear reactors today but there are only two under construction right now. There should be twenty under construction. Do you realize that the new reactors can be shut down very fast and you don't have the problem with all the contaminated cooling water to deal with. This is what happens when everything is political and there is no honest debate especially when the press is in the bag for one side.
@jadzia2098 Yıl önce
The northern lights are ones of the most beautifull thing i ever saw when i was in Kenora (Ontario Canada). It is such a an awesome sight to see those green ribbons of light dancing in the sky.
@simonkimani300 2 yıl önce
Thank you Dw for such an insightful documentary
@DWDocumentary 2 yıl önce
Hi @Simon Kimani! Thank you, glad you liked the documentary :)
@mumomurimi2543 2 yıl önce
Mugikuyu 🖐🏾🖐🏾
@silentsteph2689 2 yıl önce
I appreciate what I watch. I won’t get to go on an Arctic Cruise but I learn from these docs.
@marcosvalley6659 2 yıl önce
Hello steph what a beautiful picture you have on your profile, Are we open to know each other better if ok with you?
@joylynodicta6950 2 yıl önce
It is my first time to watched you documentaries video and I'm just like wooooooowwww!!! so amazing the clips of the video is very clear and salute to DW channel and peopel behind this who traveled just to saw the state of every country and now I my eagerness to travel the world is so high. Thank you for sharing these amazing vids! ☺️
@axsh970 2 yıl önce
Watch their other documentaries aswell. They are sick.
@brahmburgers 2 yıl önce
Very good documentary. Thanks, Ms Gaa and your supporters. I never knew walruses could get stressed. Everywhere that people go, they degrade the environment. We need to lessen human populations.
@terrychalfant9521 2 yıl önce
george soros and bill gates will help you out
@Hwella555 2 yıl önce
I’m glad to see there’s 2.7 million people interested in knowing about the world we live in and the history that transpired so far. We’re not alone 😊
@daurenidrissov7687 2 yıl önce
Thanks to DW Documentary that you show such interesting and really important content, and raises the questions about climate change.
@DWDocumentary 2 yıl önce
Hi @Dauren Idrissov, thanks for watching and taking the time to comment!
@michaelcalm9881 2 yıl önce
D W Documentaries are the one of the best on the youtube .Very informative
@clementlee2121 2 yıl önce
DW is so calming to watch, its shows like this id sit and watch all the way through
@icedem1 Yıl önce
As a native of my own country. I absolutely agree that traditionally we only take what we need to feed ourselves. Too many try to make money off our resources so it gets exploited. We still haven’t matured enough as humans to understand the value of what we have in our wilds, rivers and oceans and that we are fast running out of vital species. The domino effect kicks in as we all become affected. This includes our environment which also depends on certain species to propagate and fertilise. No wonder the earth is travailing right now.
@terencebarrett2897 2 yıl önce
DW documentary's are absolutely wonderful adorable superb ,they are real information, real views and real people,
@DWDocumentary 2 yıl önce
Thanks for watching and for the positive feedback!
@petermills1402 2 yıl önce
Thanks DW and Phoebe for an amazing grass roots story
@rustylegs2833 2 yıl önce
This was eye opening. I’m more understanding of what is going on now. Us as humans are worried about money opposed too what’s really important, and that’s taking the upmost care of the land and Mother Nature so life on Earth can go on. 👍
@Ironic1950 2 yıl önce
Nature is not your mother, and is full of things that want to kill (and eat) you. That's how nature works; survival of the best fitted to survive...
@Jaykay586 2 yıl önce
thank you for this outstanding documentary!
@larphhalodratunrev6198 5 aylar önce
This is REALLY AMAZING SUPER HEAVEN FEELING when i watched this all i want is to go someday on that place it's seems so peaceful and very beautifull ❤️ ❤❤... but I'm afraid that beauty will disappear because of the rudeness of mankind not all becoz i know there still human love to save the nature and mother earth... thanks for this video I really felt that I'm there when watching it i feel also very inspired i love you guys❤❤❤ now I'll continue watching the part 2 of this.GOD BLESS
@travelworkwithjoevanie1702 2 yıl önce
I was there one year ago, such and interesting to visit in a once.
@axsh970 2 yıl önce
Hats off to cameraman and the lady for traveling to this cruel place.
@raphaelemerique5263 2 yıl önce
Very, very beautiful and enlightening document. Greetings to Mr.Zimov, a real living legend.
@kevinjermaine 2 yıl önce
DW Rocks! I watched part 2 and its just as informative.
@theniguy89 2 yıl önce
DW documentary can transform an individual life and a society
@axsh970 2 yıl önce
Jai ram!
@barbaraseymour3437 2 yıl önce
Another excellent documentary. Thank you.
@DWDocumentary 2 yıl önce
Hi @barbara seymour, thanks for watching!
@jonathanmansell5129 2 yıl önce
Beautiful place.
@m.azaraj 2 yıl önce
Wonderful documentary 👍👍
@HeavenlyMama1 Yıl önce
Awesome and informative video at the same time!
@somaghosh2960 Yıl önce
Very nice and beautiful images. Nice Documentary, thank you DW.
@apoorvagupta742 2 yıl önce
I like the documentary so much that I am feeling so sad for polar bear, walruses and indigenous people.
@apoorvagupta742 2 yıl önce
I have become a fan on DW documentaries. Kudos to the team. And I hope each and every living person should see this documentary. For the sake of our planet. For those who still thinks global warming is a myth..try getting your food without money.
@axsh970 2 yıl önce
@@apoorvagupta742 You just not replied yourself back after a month.
@apoorvagupta742 2 yıl önce
@@axsh970 good observation, I am caught up with other super interesting documentaries, but you did, thanks for making this space active so that it reaches to the right kind of audiences.
@axsh970 Yıl önce
@@apoorvagupta742 OMG you just not used me for the YT algorithm. What other documentaries have you watched?
@beautifulflorida Yıl önce
Amazing informative video! Thank you!
@Ammon6 2 yıl önce
If only the passengers knew how much a big ship like that pollutes the environment, just the propulsion engines. Without talking about all the other factors. Great doc
@reymarkantonio9917 2 yıl önce
The best documentary I've watched so far👍 Great Job to all staff👌
@DWDocumentary 2 yıl önce
Thanks a lot for watching and for your positive feedback. We appreciate you taking the time to comment and are glad you like our content!
@paquitoignacio3449 2 yıl önce
This is like traveling on a cruise ship, with all the convenience, food and scenery.
@skruppy222 2 yıl önce
Well done again d w team. Your docos Are inspiring
@jordiegundersen1465 2 yıl önce
Wonderful to come across people who genuinely care..
@sharkamov Yıl önce
Documentaries precisely like this, are what makes a platform like TRshow so precious! . . . Thank you from 🙏
@LetsGoAlready 2 yıl önce
Excellent documentary 💯
@youssefdahiri7637 2 yıl önce
I can't believe how DW made this amazing work just love it From Morocco I'm watching your channel for a long time
@watso-007 2 yıl önce
Lots of love and respect to DW I'm from India can't visit these places thanks for showing other side of earth
@bonnierobinson8684 2 yıl önce
I think you are missing the point of this documentary.
@axsh970 2 yıl önce
@@bonnierobinson8684 I think you are missing your husband.
@watso-007 Yıl önce
@@bonnierobinson8684 in my life I'm not going to visit these place and I'm from India we rarely see ice in our country so I'm glad I can watch that and life of these people
@ptttob Yıl önce
Great video, unbelievable ship.
@ganeshchandravlogs5846 2 yıl önce
Dw have always good content.. I always waiting see next story.. Thank you showing to us out of world 🌎
@DWDocumentary 2 yıl önce
Hi @ganesh Chandra vlogs, thanks for watching and commenting!
@elicha12 2 yıl önce
the best arctic documentary I have seen , thank you !
@Madronaxyz 2 yıl önce
I read a travel blog a couple of decades ago when people just began to be able to travel to Svalbard. the Russians had abruptly quit mining and totally abandon the town they had built there for the miners. they forced the miners and their families to leave suddenly and to leave their cats there. When other people arrived a few weeks later, all of the cats were dead. There were dead cats all over town. The people that found the dead cats had buried them in a grave together and created a memorial for them out of parts of metal that they found around. The photograph and the blog made it look like a sunflower. That story really stuck with me. It is so sad.
@ivokrushkov2674 2 yıl önce
As always great docu by DW
@wajeeh.hassan Yıl önce
Wow, I can only imagine where I have a job to travel to different parts of the world and get paid by that, through that and for that. Amazing, it seemed I was on the journey too
@GROANS1 2 yıl önce
Hammerfest architecture , very impressive
@earlgibbs7083 2 yıl önce
It's quite a contradiction when one travels using the most polluting form of tourism and yet say you're concerned about the present state of well-being of the biosphere.
@ourwaystv6252 2 yıl önce
That’s what you call a hypocrite
@imzardoz 2 yıl önce
Exactly! Do as I say, not as I do!!
@per2 2 yıl önce
exactly my first though
@zotac1018 2 yıl önce
You can look at it from a different point as say these people went and made the documentary to gather proof of weather change.This is probably raise just a bit of awareness of the climate urgency. They did not rent a private boat or a private plane to make the trip and just 3 people joining in ,on ongoing trips certainly had little impact.This can't be said for the "tourist" going for a vacation.In that sense this is perfectly logical and responsible way to do this job. Lastly as if you/someone else was planning to go there to observe the evidence then you can avoid that since this already gives you that. Journalism is NOT Tourism is not please understand. So... technically are the film crew responsible to contribute to global warming yes, but that will pay itself if enough people took this documentary seriously.
@_UKRuff_ 2 yıl önce
Haha yeah, oh SUV's are bad but that massive cruise ship is fine 🤦‍♂️
@vladimirongjoco9824 2 yıl önce
DW ...i'm amaze a cause being Surprised in ur tour ....the place Never have seen, living and The creator made such... Unusual...beautiful 🙏💖💖💖
@anuverma568 Yıl önce
16:00 can’t take my eyes off from the weather behind 😍😍surely in this lifetime..🤞
@rahulramachandran4430 2 yıl önce
Incredible Documentary !
@IsaacOLEG 2 yıl önce
A really good document , witnessing (as thousand of others) that global warming is going to cause impredictable trouble to our childs
@VpKing 2 yıl önce
This video made me want to visit this place
@dinezshahi8401 2 yıl önce
Great documentary 💛 from 🇳🇵 🙏🏻
@felixdarrenabante3348 2 yıl önce
Full of revealing information and facts that are equally fascinating and alarming and sad at the same time. People need to learn how to stop their seemingly productive yet destructive actions.
@bfox3549 Yıl önce
DW please continue doing the good work, showing what is important. A lot of the American TV stations are busy with DT, smh
@gh1057 2 yıl önce
I dream to take that cruise one day 😇
@axsh970 2 yıl önce
Let's go next weekend and celebrate Christmas over there with Santa.
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