The social history of the Arctic region

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Dozens of Words for Snow, None for Pollution
By Marla Cone, Mother Jones, January–February 2004. Perched atop the Arctic food chain, the people of the Far North face an impossible choice: abandon their traditional foods, or ingest the rest of the world's poisons with every bite.