Seal of approval: Greenland fights stereotypes on Inuit hunt

Inuit elder rests with her ulu, a traditional tool used for scraping, drying, and slicing seal skins in Nunavuk, Canada. [David Brosha/Flickr]

Greenland has launched an initiative to support Inuit and indigenous communities in Canada and the EU to improve the perception of sealskin products. It focuses on sewing in a QR code which allows consumers to check their legality by scanning the label with their phone and learn about Inuit seal hunting and why it is environmentally sustainable.

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