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The 5 Best Places to Live in 2100

No floods, famine, or war. And the people are nice.

The Nuuk fjord in Greenland, 2017. Photo by Julia Wäschenbach/picture aliiance/Getty

IIt’s a Saturday night in August and another electric and endless Arctic sunset has cast the city of Iqaluit in gold. Downtown, on Niaqunngusiariaq Street, in an Inuit-themed bistro featuring tundra-fed musk ox and Arctic char, a host of young urban designers, dance…




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