Indigenous peoples of the north are finding themselves at the center of a geopolitical climate change bomb that they did not cause.
Stewart, B.C., and Hyder, Alaska, basically form "one community," Stewart's mayor said. The U.S.-Canada border closure is making life difficult for residents.
The Iñupiat traditionally relied on hunting for food, but that's no longer an option following the devastation to the food chain caused by a melting ice.
Deer and moose seasons don't start until later this year, but Kake is trying to get the OK for village residents to hunt for their own sustenance now.
“These are big numbers for our planet," one NASA scientist told VICE News.
For the first time, NOAA's annual report on the devastating effects of climate change in the Arctic is highlighting the unsettling changes to the lives of the people who live there.
That brings the number of cases up to nearly 1,500.
This Alaskan Forest Eats a Ton of Carbon. The Trump Administration Wants to Let Loggers Cut It Down.
It's as big as the entire state of West Virginia.
“We’re observing how these animals are manipulating their prey and preparing the prey for capture.”
Communities globally are already engaged in the thorny process of relocating because of climate change. Experts say we need to talk about a managed retreat now, so that it doesn't become a nightmare.
Five people in Alaska alone have slipped through the ice this year, spurring hunters to ditch snowmobiles for dog sleds.
Alaskans are racing to collect their elders' knowledge of 20 native languages and design a pedagogy that breaches the generational divide.