Sink or swim

By Fred Pearce IN ARCTIC VILLAGE, high in the Alaskan tundra on the edge of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, the Gwich’in people are trying to hold their culture together. They have just completed a new written version of their language. It will be taught in a school where a generation ago the use of Gwich’in was discouraged by the Alaskan government. They have resisted plans for a road to the village, and prohibited alcohol. Most of all, like the rest of the 7000 Gwich’in people in the mountain villages across Alaska and north-west Canada,
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