The ice used to protect them. Now their island is crumbling into the sea.

Photograph: © SAF – Coastal Care


The more than 12,000 residents of this windswept Canadian archipelago are facing a growing number of gut-wrenching choices, as extreme climate change transforms the land and water around them. Season after season, storm after storm, it is becoming clearer that the sea, which has always sustained these islands, is now their greatest threat…

Read Full Article; The Washington Post (10-31-2019)