52' | English version only | HD
In the Arctic Ocean, a team of scientists is running an important mission for the planet: studying the phytoplankton bloom at the edge of the sea ice, to better understand the impact of global warming on this fragile polar ecosystem. These mini-algae produce oxygen and absorb the excess carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, they are essential to all life in the oceans. With the help of Inuit observations, scientists answer these questions by combining oceanography, adventure and multi-cultural encounters. Beautifully shot with stunning images.
Produced by: ParaFilms
World excluding SRC (Canada) and Explora (Canada)