Change at the Top of the World

Steeped in history and tradition, the arctic is a cold, vast and astonishing expanse of land and sea at the top of the planet. Join philanthropist and filmmaker Charles Annenberg Weingarten and Iqaluit Mayor Elisapee Sheutiapik as they meet the region's people, learn about Inuit culture and explore how their fragile ecosystem and time-honored way of life are faring in the face of global warming. Full Story »

Posted by Derek Hawkins
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Subjects: World, U.S., Politics, Sci/Tech
Topics: Environment, Global Warming, Canada, Climate Change, Minorities
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Posted by: Posted by Derek Hawkins - Dec 8, 2009 - 8:49 AM PST
Reviewed by: Fabrice Florin (review)
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Edited by: Derek Hawkins - Dec 8, 2009 - 8:52 AM PST

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Fabrice Florin
3.8
by Fabrice Florin - Dec. 12, 2009

Informative and beautifully-filmed documentary about the Arctic and how its native Inuit populations are coping with global warming. This 38 minute program provides a factual trip report by philanthropist and filmmaker Charles Annenberg -- and insightful interviews with natives about their relationship with the environment.

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