Driven by the wintry thought, the Climateworm set off in the direction of the North Pole. He heard that the polar bears that live there are threatened. He also wanted to visit the seals and the well-known inhabitants, the Inuit, and learn what it has to do with the melting of the glaciers. Deeply impressed by the ice masses, the cold water and the colors of nature, he sat down on a floating ice floe and let the natural spectacle take effect on him. The breaking off of large ice blocks of the glacier made the Climateworm wince every time. The roar was enormous, actually a huge spectacle. However he asked himself the question: why do the glaciers break off continuously and where does all the water flow to when the glaciers melt incessantly? Is this related to human behavior and can they do anything about it?