Arctic Deeply posted an article titled, “Report: Empowered Arctic Communities Are More Resilient to Change.” The article reads in part as follows;
“Temperatures in Arviat, Nunavut, a hamlet on the western shore of Hudson Bay, rose to –1C (30F) this week. The warm weather was unusual for this time of year, said Nancy Karetak-Lindell, who lives there.
‘It makes it unsafe to travel [on the ice]. This means that my father’s and grandfather’s advice no longer applies when it comes to safe travel’, said Karetak-Lindell, who is the president of the Inuit Circumpolar Council Canada. ‘We Inuit people are known to be extremely resilient, but what we are seeing right now, due to climate change, is too much to take in one generation’.