Valemount, BC — A winter aerial view of the Fraser River near Mount Robson. Wildfires in British Columbia and western Canada have become commonplace in recent years due to climate change. Glen Stromquist/Getty Images.
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Baffin Island, NU — An Inuit mother has her daughter in her amouti, a traditional way to carry the young people. Some residents of Nunavut say they can see the effects of climate change in real life, in their own back yard. Ryerson Clark/Getty Images.