Enthnobotonist and anthropologist Wade Davis told an amazing story last year at the Long Now Foundation about the extreme level of resourcefulness found in the Arctic's Inuit people as well as the drastic changes now being seen in their environment . It's well worth the five minutes. Warning: The video does use the word sh*t, if swears make you uncomfortable then this video might be more to your liking.

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Wade Davis on the amazing ingenuity of the Inuit people
Enthnobotonist Wade Davis told this amazing story of an act of supreme self-sufficiency. Watch it here.