Watching ice-bergs melt and how to cook a polar bear

The elders of Grise Fiord have seen rapid change in their climate. In these two videos Charlie Bird hears about what has changed and why knowing how to cook a polar bear and other Arctic food matters

Witnessing change - meeting the elders 1

Fri, Feb 28, 2014, 11:56

Climate change appears to be a slow process for most people but if you have spent five decades watching it happen you have a very different persective. Here, Charlie Bird meets two of the elders of Grise Fiord and hears first-hand about the change in the environment they have witnessed. He also learns how to cook a ploar bear and why traditional hunting and cooking techniques matter.

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