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Kivalina, Alaska. Climate change is melting sea ice early and forming it late, leaving this 400 person Inupiat Eskimo village susceptible to coastal erosion by winter storms. Also at stake is the cultural heritage of this native population which survives on subsistence hunting developed over generations.
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- Climate Change Threatens Way of Life for Inupiat Eskimo in Alaska