Scientists look to ‘traditional knowledge’ to help understand climate change

SACH'S HARBOUR, NWT – Aboriginal people and scientists are starting to talk the same language when it comes to climate change in the Arctic. Dramatic shifts in weather, ice and animal behaviour have been reported by many First Nations in the North.
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