How would you survive in a -62C winter?
Seven layers of caribou hides with the fur facing inwards packed with snow on top. This is the technique that the northern youth climate change leaders learned was traditionally used by the Indigenous people of the region at the Long Ago Peoples Place near Haines Junction. Meta and Harold have noticed changes in their traditional land due to climate change. There are more insects, aphids killing aspen trees and no strawberries this year. Climate change is changing the traditional ways of life in the North.