Kivalina, the first American village to fall victim to climate change

Kivalina sits on a narrow strip of land along Alaska’s west coast. And its villagers could soon become America’s first climate change refugees…

01/03/2020 8:01 AM


  • Porter M.
    05/25/2020 04:56

    Lived in Togiak for years. Been that same way for years. I call bullshit.

  • Rebecca B.
    05/23/2020 16:45

    Sad so we wait for it to submerge wow

  • Andrew G.
    05/23/2020 10:21

    Lets hope this adds to the wake up call this the US needs to do something.

  • Lynette F.
    05/23/2020 04:11


  • Mark P.
    05/23/2020 02:39

    Gee! I think I will live on a piece of land just feet above sea level! Dah! We call it Natural Selection! Stupid!

  • Karen C.
    02/09/2020 21:50

  • Karen C.
    02/09/2020 21:50

  • John Q.
    02/08/2020 22:47

    Didn’t there used to be a land bridge connecting Asia to North America? Damñ those Americans and their SUVs!!

  • John Q.
    02/08/2020 22:46

    Didn’t there used to be a land bridge connecting Asia to North America? Damn those Americans and their SUVs!!

  • Jo E.
    02/08/2020 14:03


  • Terpenes T.
    02/08/2020 06:30

    Hemp should be grown to replace those products which are damaging our planet

  • Dan R.
    02/08/2020 04:48

    As the permafrost continues to defrost it emits CO2 trapped for centuries

  • Elisha F.
    02/08/2020 02:10

    We just gonna pretend Atlantis didn't sink into the ocean first?

  • Lynette F.
    02/08/2020 00:41

    How is Holland

  • Mark C.
    02/07/2020 22:00

    Send Greta....permanently

  • Isabelle G.
    02/07/2020 20:34

    Is that where the people of Miami are going?

  • Jeanine S.
    02/07/2020 20:03


  • Mark B.
    02/07/2020 18:35

    It is a "sand bar"...irony is...they are probably all in the fishing industry. Certainly not farming. They are there for a be bear the water. Do they not allow "boats" in Alaska? They make the claim only accessed by airplane 🤣🤣

  • Rafael M.
    02/07/2020 18:11

    People who make their homes right along the sea shore just above sea level are on borrowed time and that's not a new thing ... oceans do what they do... erosion never stops... and never will... storms and storm surge given time will destroy them...

  • Patrick F.
    02/07/2020 18:10

    Get out of there

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