Living in Nunavut with global warming
As the greater part of the developed world awaits the the arrival of the consequences of global warming, the population of the Canadian territory of Nunavut is learning to live in spite of them.
Global warming is an everyday reality here, as is its devastating effect on a delicate ecosystem which is the sole source of survival for a population of approximately 29,500, of whom 85% are Inuit. We asked the Premier Minister of Nunavut, Paul Okalik to give us his account of the effects of environmental and political changes on the communities in his territory. ...