On side B of the double sided scroll there is bluish white field saturated with black ink in its center. The black Chinese ink made with charcoal represents “cryoconite, a powdery debris blown to Greenland from distant deserts, fires, coal plants and diesel engines. This “Cryoconite reduces the reflectivity effect of snow increasing solar heat, accelerating the melting of ice and raising sea levels.” The newspaper clippings are like signposts visible and yet, ignored.
Jenkins, Mark. Greenland: Ground Zero for Global Warming. National Geographic, June 2010, Vol. 217, no 8 (pp. 39-42)