Impacts of Global Warming on Indiginoues people.

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Inuit People-

Inuit people in the Arctic will have to change their way of life as the traditional hunting grounds they previously used are no longer available. Normally they would hunt polar bears but the ice sheets are melting and the Polar bears can't hunt for thier own food ,therefore they too are endangered. Due to the ice melting it's becoming harder for Inuits to find live as Igloo's will be harder to build, consequently some of the Inuit people are moving futher inland into towns and villages.

The Nenet-

The Nenet are a tribe who live in the Arctic circle on a Yamal peninsula in North Russia. They are reindeer herders who migrate with the reindeer for 5 months of the year…


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