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Reinventing what it means to be Inuit: Indigenous peoples adapt to climate change

Reinventing what it means to be Inuit: Indigenous peoples adapt to climate change nuit leader Jose A. Kusugak said that to address the impacts of climate change, it makes sense to consult with those most affected: the indigenous peoples who live in the Arctic. “Our millennia-old traditions are already being altered because of the warming

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Russian Oil Ambitions Collide with Ancient Reindeer Traditions

Russian Oil Ambitions Collide with Ancient Reindeer Traditions Russia possesses nine of the top 15 oil fields in the Arctic and enormous gas reserves, according to the USGS. The largest deposits sit in the Yenisey-Khatanga basin, the West Siberian Basin and the Laptev Sea Shelf. But drilling interests could collide with the subsistence activities in

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