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ARCTIC-ECONOMY/SAMI
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July 09, 2018
When he's not out on the Arctic tundra with his 2,000 reindeer, his dog and Whitney Houston blasting...
FINNMARK PLATEAU, Norway
The Wider Image: As Arctic warms, herders tangle with new industries
When he's not out on the Arctic tundra with his 2,000 reindeer, his dog and Whitney Houston blasting through his headphones, Nils Mathis Sara is often busy explaining to people how a planned copper mine threatens his livelihood. Along with other Sami herders and fishermen, the 60-year-old is in a standoff with the mine owners, Norwegian officials and many townspeople that is, after six years, coming to a head. It is a litmus test for the Arctic, where climate change and technology are enabling mineral and energy extraction, shipping and tourism while threatening traditional ways of life and creating tensions among its four million inhabitants. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov SEARCH "ARCTIC NENOV" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: ARCTIC-ECONOMY/SAMI TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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