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Svalbard is not only about beautiful nature, but also about the people who live there – documentary Visitors | Culture | .a week

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Svalbard is not only about beautiful nature, but also about the people who live there – documentary Visitors |  Culture |  .a week

the dream of life on an archipelago lying in the Arctic Ocean is destroyed by an uncertain future. From a climatic point of view, Svalbard is at risk of flooding in the coming decades. Locals watch the climate change before their eyes and affect everything around them.

Politics is also a problem for the Norwegian archipelago. In theory, anyone who finds work and housing can settle there. In practice, people often get into a vicious circle – if they don’t have a job, they won’t get accommodation, and if they don’t have housing, they won’t get a job. It is the same with teaching Norwegian. Foreigners are expected to learn it, and when someone is found willing to organize courses – for which dozens of applicants have signed up – the world‘s northernmost permanently inhabited city, Longyearbyen, is unable to provide a single room.

Norway’s view of Svalbard – also known as Svalbard – is interesting.

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