After centuries of living on their ancestral land, rising river levels have forced a group of indigenous Alaskans to abandon their homes.
Climate change has triggered stronger storms causing the land to crumble away.
Al Jazeera’s Heidi Zhou-Castro travelled to the town of Newtok to learn of the financial and emotional toll of finding a new place to live.
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