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NAHM 2019: Arctic Climate Change is an Inuit Reality: Photographs

The Inuit are a group of culturally similar indigenous people inhabiting Inuit Nunangat, the Arctic regions of Greenland, Canada and Alaska. This guide explores the changing of the Inuit's natural environment as a result of global warming.


For some amazing historical photographs of the Inuit People, go to the Library of Congress site:

The two photographs pictured below give a feel for the vastness of the Alaskian lands occupied by the Inuit Peoples.

White Mountain Alaska


White Mountain, Alaska, from the Peak

Photographed by Brian Adams, National Geographic

Mountains near Nome, Alaska

The Kigluaik Mountains between Nome and Shishmaref, Alaska

Photo by Brian Adams, National Geographic