Symptoms of Global Warming in Northern Alaska

Shifting ice floes, melting permafrost, buckling roads and an increase in insects are signs of climate change that are appearing throughout Alaska.

Melissa Block has been traveling the state as part of NPR's Climate Connections series, and has this update from Barrow, Alaska, the northernmost settlement in the United States.

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