|Statement||Doreen Bethune-Johnson ; contributing authors, Daniel C.G. Conner, Edna Elias.|
|Series||Native people and explorers of Canada -- 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 70 p. :|
|Number of Pages||70|
“Drilling in the Arctic Refuge would permanently destroy the primary food source of the Gwich’in people, our culture, and our way of life,” said Bernadette Demientieff, executive director of the Gwich’in Steering Committee, in a Sierra Club statement. “The Trump administration may have made up their minds about selling off this sacred. Ann Arbor (Informed Comment) - The Trump administration on Monday finalized its plans to permit oil and gas drilling in the arctic wildlife reserve. This drilling will further imperil endangered species just by the setting up of the rigs, and it will desecrate land holy to the indigenous Gwich’in people, who call it “the sacred place where life begins” and depend for their way of life on. A bond with the land is a theme of Arctic life, though Iceland—a verdant dot in the middle of the Gulf Stream—is a far cry from Nunavut, Canada, where sea ice is the main highway for many people. Over in the Arctic, by Marianne Berkes. This book follows the same pattern as Way Up in the Arctic. We liked the pictures and rhymes better in the other book, but this is still a good one. As a bonus, the end of the book has suggested activities, links, and related literature. Ice Bear, by Nicola Davies.
The arrival of Europeans damaged the traditional Inuit way of life and since the s their leaders have been campaigning for greater rights and asserting their territorial claims. The Interior Department’s “decision to violate lands sacred to my people and essential to the health of the Porcupine caribou herd is an attack on our rights, our culture and our way of life. 4 hours ago The Trump administration officially opened the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge for business last week, but Indigenous leaders won’t sit by and let oil and gas interests destroy it. On Monday, 13 groups filed a lawsuit against the federal government with hopes of stopping any extractive drilling before it . Canada’s north is a frozen tundra where many people would never venture to live. Here is where you will find the Inuit – a people with a rich cultural tradition and ancestry, along with a unique history of survival. Below are resources to learn more about the Inuit. The Inuit The Inuit People: Grade Teach Your Kids About . the Inuit People Read More».
Drawing from his own experiences, explorer Peter Freuchen's famous Book of the Eskimos, published in by Ballantine Books, is a fascinating look at the northern life. We all know Canadian author Farley Mowat wrote the trilogy The Top of the World, which includes, Ordeal by Ice, The Polar Passion, and Tundra, published in by. The Arctic is ruled by ice. For Inuit, it is a highway, a hunting ground, and the platform on which life is lived. While the international community argues about sovereignty, security, and resource development at the top of the world, the Inuit remind us that they are the original inhabitants of this magnificent place - and that it is undergoing a dangerous s: 3. Life On The Line celebrates the variety of existence in the circumpolar Arctic, in the face of overwhelming environmental and cultural change. Over a number of years, photographer Cristian Barnett has journeyed to the Arctic Circle, an invisible line of latitude 66 degrees and 33 . Partially a book on polar exploration and partially a book on Andrée’s life, this adventure-filled book is both suspenseful and haunting. For more Arctic recommendations, see our post on Books About the Arctic and Antarctic.