Voices of Alaska

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All In traveled to Anchorage and Barrow, Alaska in early May to investigate how climate change is affecting that state. We spoke to many people from officials to journalists to students to whalers about what they’ve been seeing in their communities. Here’s what some of them said.

6/27/16, 9:47 PM ET

Barrow’s mayor on living on the edge of…

Mayor Mike Aamodt doesn’t think climate change is manmade, but he knows it’s happening and he’s seen its effect on his city.

6/27/16, 9:45 PM ET

Climate change is visible in Barrow

Alex Griepp, a graduate of Ilisagvik College in Barrow, Alaska, talks about how the people who lived in Barrow for generations see the climate is changing.

6/27/16, 9:47 PM ET

Winters in Anchorage getting milder

Longtime Alaska resident and former editor of the Anchorage Daily News Pat Dougherty says the winters have been so mild the past couple of years that he hasn’t even had to take his heavy coat out of the closet.

6/29/16, 8:20 PM ET

Climate change in Barrow

Arnold Brower Jr., Executive Director of the Alaska Eskimo Whaling Commission, says global warming is the worst adversary in his culture.

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