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CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE
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April 13, 2022 
Richard Magoo, Rex Holwell, 47, and Markus Kojak take a break during a SmartKAMUTIK run as they travel... 
NAIN, Canada 
The Wider Image: Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt 
Richard Magoo, Rex Holwell, 47, and Markus Kojak take a break during a SmartKAMUTIK run as they travel back from Natuashish to Nain, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, April 13, 2022. The SmartKAMUTIK uses electromagnetic sensors to measure the sea ice thickness and give northern communities real-time measurements of sea thickness along their ice "highways" through a website, downloadable phone app or Facebook "We're the first people to be seeing the effects of climate change, but on the flip side, we're the people who have the least to do with it," says Holwell. "We have to adapt." REUTERS/Melissa Renwick SEARCH "RENWICK SMARTICE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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