"Climate Change in Canada's North"- a PTAP produced video

Climate Change in Canada’s North explores the various impacts caused by climate change in Yukon, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut, with in-depth discussions about how climate change is affecting permafrost, forest fires, flooding, food security and traditional lifestyles among indigenous peoples. The video was produced by the Pan-Territorial Adaptation Partnership and features interviews with John Streiker (Yukon Research Centre), Dr. Steve Kokelj (NWT Geological Survey), Richard Gordon (Inuvik resident), Paul Murchison (Yukon Highways & Public Works), Michael Templeton (Yukon Emergency Measures Organization), Caroline Ipeelie-Qiatsuk (Iqaluit resident), Andrew Panigoniak (Arviat resident) and Edward McLeod (Aklavik resident). To see the video please visit http://www.northernadaptation.ca/news/climate-change-canadas-north-video