This video highlights erosion along the coast and rivers, further constricting the narrow isthmus upon which Shaktoolik resides.
Savoonga resident, Kenneth Kingeekuk, talks about the coastal erosion he has noticed in his lifetime.
Savoonga residents talk about changes they have noticed to the plants they gather around the island.
Two Savoonga residents talk about locations where melting permafrost is changing the landscape.
The late Teresa Perry discusses the types of plants and berries she gathers and also notes the changes she has noticed to the lifecycle of plants in the area.
Marlin Sookiayak, along with other hunters and gatherers, has observed that tundra lakes in the area are dried up.
Residents recount how the major storms that hit Shaktoolik, Alaska in 2005 and 2009 nearly destroyed the village.
Savoonga residents address general climate change impacts they witness and indicate that the retreating sea ice in the spring hunting season is the most significant and detrimental change.
Carole Sookiayak addresses the effects of the destructive storms.
Savoonga residents speak about climate change effects on wind patterns and bird behavior.