360 Video: Climate Change on the Navajo Nation

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16.04.2020

The Navajo Nation is the largest Native American tribe in the U.S. and spans three states, New Mexico, Arizona, and Utah. This region is facing heat waves and severe drought due to climate change, and many residents already live without electricity and running water, making the situation even more harsh.

This video follows a Navajo family trying to cope in these extreme conditions. As the water supply shrinks for the family and their sheep, cattle and other livestock, they risk losing their ancient Navajo traditions.

Video story reported, filmed, and edited by Sonia Narang.

Read the entire story on PRI's The World: https://www.pri.org/stories/2018-05-25/navajo-women-struggle-preserve-traditions-climate-change-intensifies

With support from the European Forest Institute's Lookout360 Climate Change Immersive Story Accelerator.

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