What effect is changing sea ice having on Inuit hunters daily lives? (iStock)

Eye on the Arctic: Video Archive

In the run up to the launch of Eye on the Arctic’s next multimedia project this winter, we’ve dug into our archives to bring you some of our most popular videos from past projects.

This week, we bring you an interview with Lene Kielsen Holm, an anthropologist from Greenland, about the importance of sea ice in Inuit culture and the effect climate change is having on the traditional way of life in the Arctic.

Write to Eilís Quinn at eilis.quinn(at)cbc.ca

Related stories from around the North:

Canada:  Arctic sea ice nears its minimum extent for 2016, Radio Canada International

Finland: Puzzling migration fluke brings thousands of Siberian birds to Finland, Yle News

Greenland: New model predicts flow of Greenland’s glaciers, Alaska Dispatch News

Russia:  Record heat sends shockwave through Arctic, The Independent Barents Observer

Sweden:  Sweden’s climate minister worried about Trump’s stance on global warming, Radio Sweden

United States:  Alaska: Barrow’s record-warm October continues pattern associated with low sea ice, Alaska Dispatch News

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