Alaskan Native Elders Tell Their Climate Change Story | After the Ice

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Indigenous hunter and fisherman Jerry Ivanoff ventures from his home in Unalakleet, Alaska, to Nome to meet elders from other villages. In a major government report, they document radical changes in climate.

In the After the Ice series, elders from villages in the Bering Sea region of Alaska share with Terra their observations of their melting world, how they’re adapting, and their vision for an uncertain future.

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