Reindeer Meat and Climate Change: Protecting Indigenous Tradition in the Arctic

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“This is a spring and summer treat,” says Arvid Gaup, the father of a reindeer herder in this remote town in northern Norway. He sets a haunch of freeze-dried reindeer, known as goikebiergu, on the table and begins carving off slivers of jerky.

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