Alaska's indigenous people feel the heat of climate change
Monday, 2 September 2019
The same oceans that nourished human evolution are poised to unleash misery on a global scale unless the carbon pollution destabilising Earth's marine environment is brought to heel, warns a draft UN report obtained by AFP. On the occasion of this report, AFPTV refiles this voiced first published on 01/05/2019: In Alaska, indigenous coast communities are under increased threat from soil erosion, made worse by the effects of climate change. In the village of Napakiak, residents have been moving away from the shoreline for years, and now risk losing their land altogether.