Wake Island is but a speck in the mighty Pacific.
Tristan da Cunha is the world's most remote permanently inhabited island.
Nestled along the west coast of Scotland, Knoydart is a protected peninsula accessible only by ferry or foot; various challenges have threatened the region over the years, and each time the community rallied in unique ways.
Polar bears, piercing cold, and months without sunlight make living near the North Pole punishing.
With zero year- round residents and punishing gale-force winds, Prudhoe Bay's 3,000-person workforce flies in every two weeks to power one of the largest oil fields in the world.
Deep in the Australian Outback exists a network of indigenous communities, connected by school and culture. Of these, Kiwirrkurra is the furthest away, and sits at the cross-section of millennia-old customs and modern-day influence.
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