Climate change threatens Sami herders and their reindeer in northern Sweden. Changing weather patterns affect not only the vulnerable nature, but also their culture and livelihood.
of the Arctic region is leading to its commercialisation. Marja Skum (45) says that her generation, as well as those before it, have tried to adapt. But they have now reached the point at which they’ve had to say: this far and no further. “If we adapt even more, it will be at the cost of our way of life,” she insists. “Our resilience has now become a struggle to preserve our culture and our nature.”