Climate Change is Altering the Lives of Alaska’s Natives

U.S. News and World Report: Climate change has altered the lives of Native Alaskans in the state's interior in dramatic, sometimes dangerous ways. Although the effects of change are well documented along the coast, where higher tides and ferocious storms have threatened native communities, a study by the U.S. Geological Survey has found indigenous people in Alaska's interior also have felt the transformation to a warmer climate during the past several decades of their lifetimes. The study, appearing in the October 2011......

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