Sweden’s indigenous Sami people threatened by climate change

Global warming is putting the lifestyles of Arctic indigenous people under threat and creating grievances with governments over how to fix it.

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    The indigenous Sami people have lived across Norway, Finland, Russia and Sweden in the Arctic region for thousands of years.

    Their traditions and way of life are intimately connected to the Arctic north.

    But a warming planet is putting that under threat and is creating grievances with governments over how to fix it.

    Al Jazeera's Paul Rhys reports from Lappland in Sweden.


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