High school senior sues Alaska over climate change

Alaska Public Radio: The snow is coming later in Kipnuk. The river doesn’t stay frozen all winter. And the riverbank is quickly eroding. Those are just a few of the changes 18-year-old Nelson Kanuk says he sees in his western Alaska hometown. “My house back in Kipnuk, we live right in front of the river bank,” he said. Nelson Kanuk stands on the river bank near his home, in this screen shot from a short documentary about his life in Kipnuk. Click the photo to view the eight-minute film. (Photo from YouTube) The......

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