Imagine: Greenland is not covered with ice anymore. Instead, large fields with grasslands and forests spread around the polar circle. Nowadays, you can watch the effects of global warming. Glaciers melt, green grasslands spread out and the Inuit plant salad, tomatoes and strawberries in secure bays. However, more promising are the giant resources underneath the ice and offshore: Coal, iron-ore, oil and valuable rare metal compounds. They can lead to prosperity for all Greenlanders. The industrial nations leer at them. Boon or bane for Greenland?