By Monte Hummel,Justina C. Ray,Robert Bateman,Robert Redford,Stephen Kakfwi
"If the caribou die, then we die." those few phrases communicate eloquently to the significanceof caribou for northern peoples. They have been spoken now not via a smart outdated leader, yet by means of a 13-year-old Dene formative years in 2007 in the course of a listening to concerning uranium exploration at the caribou wintering grounds.
Right now there's pressing, common difficulty concerning the way forward for the main centralof species: caribou. Caribou and the North brings either the proof and the feelingsof the present scenario to a North American readership. The writers examine why we have to preserve the caribou, the threats that experience confronted caribou some time past, current, and destiny, and the activities that we will take. additionally incorporated is an appendixwith updated info at the variety, events, habitats, numbers, inhabitants tendencies, and key threats to caribou in North America.
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Caribou and the North: A Shared Future by Monte Hummel,Justina C. Ray,Robert Bateman,Robert Redford,Stephen Kakfwi