Ice fishing is getting riskier

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This feature has been published in De Groene Amsterdammer – May 2023.

Canada – Recent climate reports confirm what the Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation in Canada’s Old Crow have been experiencing for years: the Arctic landscape is undergoing drastic changes as a result of global warming. Changing weather patterns and rising temperatures not only affect fragile nature, but also their culture and food supply. How can they survive and at what cost? James Itsi: “This is not a battle we must fight alone.”

Images: Nicole Franken – Text: Yvonne Dudock

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