|Space||Pause/Play video playback|
|Enter||Pause/Play video playback|
|m||Mute/Unmute video volume|
|Up and Down arrows||Increase and decrease volume by 10%|
|Right and Left arrows||Seek forward or backward by 5 seconds|
|0-9||Fast seek to x% of the video.|
|f||Enter or exit fullscreen. (Note: To exit fullscreen in flash press the Esc key.|
|c||Press c to toggle captions on or off|
Inuit Observations of Climate Change
Sachs Harbour on Banks Island is located along the Western Arctic coast of Canada. The Inuit who live there—the Inuvialuit—have observed changing weather factors that indicate long-term climatic trends. As their climate and physical surroundings change, the Inuvialuit are finding ways to adapt and thereby protect the future of their culture.
Click on the left to watch the video.
Jot down some of the ways that climate change is affecting the lives of the Sachs Harbour community.You must be signed in to save work in this lesson. Log in