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Indigenous Peoples

The Arctic is home to just over 4 million people. Around 10 per cent of the population are Indigenous Peoples with many different cultures and languages. Source: W. K. Dallmann, Norwegian Polar Institute (NPI); Natural Earth; Russian Association of Indigenous Peoples of the North (RAIPON); Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF); Inuit Circumpolar Council, 2017; Indigenous Peoples’ Secretariat, Arctic Council. Based on a map by L. Westerveld, Grid-Arendal, 2016.

Year: 2019

From collection: Global linkages – a graphic look at the changing Arctic (rev.1)

Cartographer: Levi Westerveld and Philippe Rekacewicz

Tags: Arctic Climate Change vital graphics

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