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Climate Change Strikes Especially Hard Blow to Native Americ

  • Aired: 07/19/2012
  • 02:06
  • Rating: E
Native Americans make up about one percent of the United States population, but they manage more than 95 million acres of land. Their reservations lie in some of the most diverse ecosystems in the country, ranging from Alaska to the coasts of Florida. And they are often on the frontlines of America's climate-related dangers.
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Hari moderates a panel on how Native Americans are coping with climate change.
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