Where the ground gets too hot

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This feature has been published in MO* Magazine – May 2023.

Canada – Climate change is occurring three to four times faster in the Arctic than elsewhere in the world. Changing weather patterns not only affect the fragile nature, but also the culture and food supply of indigenous communities such as the Vuntut Gwitchin, in northwestern Canada. How can they survive and at what cost?

Images: Nicole Franken – Text: Yvonne Dudock

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