Changing times, changing stories: Generational differences in climate change perspectives from four remote indigenous communities in Subarctic Alaska


Herman-Mercer, N.M. et al., including Toohey, R.C.

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Ecology and Society
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Indigenous Arctic and Subarctic communities currently are facing a myriad of social and environmental changes. In response to these changes, studies concerning indigenous knowledge (IK) and climate change vulnerability, resiliency, and adaptation have increased dramatically in recent years. Risks to lives and livelihoods are often the focus of adaptation research; however, the cultural dimensions of climate change are equally important because cultural dimensions inform perceptions of risk.

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