A Nenets woman steers a sled during a reindeer race last year in the city of Nadym in Russia’s Yamal-Nenets Region, which is above the Arctic circle and 1,553 miles northeast of Moscow. Climate change is endangering the reindeer herds on which the region’s indigenous people depend.
A Nenets woman steers a sled during a reindeer race last year in the city of Nadym in Russia’s Yamal-Nenets Region, which is above the Arctic circle and 1,553 miles northeast of Moscow. Climate change is endangering the reindeer herds on which the region’s indigenous people depend. Dmitry Lovetsky AP
A Nenets woman steers a sled during a reindeer race last year in the city of Nadym in Russia’s Yamal-Nenets Region, which is above the Arctic circle and 1,553 miles northeast of Moscow. Climate change is endangering the reindeer herds on which the region’s indigenous people depend. Dmitry Lovetsky AP

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