90.3fm KNBA Funding for the Climate Change Series is provided by The CIRI Foundation, Anglo American, and Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium
Aleut leader Larry Merculieff says, 'The first climate refugees in the US are Alaska Natives.'
KNBA Presents: Climate Change and Alaska Natives
KNBA recently aired a news series on climate change and its impact on Alaska Natives. Joaqlin Estus and Johanna Eurich examined climate change in the Cook Inlet Region and other parts of Alaska.  Those special newscasts along with transcripts and photos are available here.
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Alaska Natives launch first statewide monitoring of PSP toxin
Bruce Wright
Warning Sign
Russian Digging
Russian Digging
Blue Mussells
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Melting permafrost undermines the Arctic village of Selawik
Ground Slumping
Family
Neakok
Neakok
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Decades ago, Alaska Native elders observant of climate change effects, forecast hard times
Elder
Walrus
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Mysterious disease killing seals, sickening walrus and polar bears
Young Walrus face
Young Walrus Fin
Bear with Lesions
Young Walrus Fin
Young Walrus Fin
Young Walrus Fin
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Hunter's hobby produces decades of climate change data
Elder
Family
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90.3fm KNBA Funding for the Climate Change Series is provided by The CIRI Foundation, Anglo American, and Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium