Solving the Suicide Crisis in the Arctic Circle

camilla_andersen_draft_clyderiver09.jpgHigh above the rapidly warming Arctic Circle, the people of Clyde River are looking to nature and Inuit tradition in a bid to end the town’s epidemic of despair and suicide.

Mike Papoosie, 14, often doesn’t know what to do once the library closes at night. He doesn’t want to go home just to stare at the wall in his tiny bedroom, he says, because it will make him crazy. Read more at Pacific Standard.

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