Arctic Climate Impacts: Environmental Injustice in Canada and the United States

@article{Trainor2007ArcticCI,
  title={Arctic Climate Impacts: Environmental Injustice in Canada and the United States},
  author={S. Trainor and F. Stuart Chapin and H. Huntington and David C Natcher and G. Kofinas},
  journal={Local Environment},
  year={2007},
  volume={12},
  pages={627 - 643}
}
Abstract The current and projected future physical impacts of climate change are most extreme in the northern latitudes. The indigenous peoples in the North American arctic and sub-arctic rely on the availability of natural resources in mixed subsistence economies for nutritional and cultural survival and thus experience disproportionate burdens with respect to our changing climate. Arctic climate impacts exemplify how global phenomena and activities can significantly affect people locally in… Expand
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