Laid out on a narrow spit of sand between the Tagoomenik River and the Bering Sea, the Alaskan village of Shaktoolik is facing an imminent threat from increased flooding and erosion, signs of a changing climate.
Laid out on a narrow spit of sand between the Tagoomenik River and the Bering Sea, the Alaskan village of Shaktoolik is facing an imminent threat from increased flooding and erosion, signs of a changing climate. Josh Haner The New York Times
Laid out on a narrow spit of sand between the Tagoomenik River and the Bering Sea, the Alaskan village of Shaktoolik is facing an imminent threat from increased flooding and erosion, signs of a changing climate. Josh Haner The New York Times

Alaska towns in path of climate change face wrenching choices

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