0 Children of the Polar Class

Children of the Polar Class

The end of August is the time when helicopter lands at the tundra of nomad reindeer breeders to take their kids away to
a boarding school. The next time when these children will see their parents is only at the eve of New Year.
2 Oil Production Wreaks Devastation In The North

Oil Production Wreaks Devastation In The North

Oil and gas producing companies keep occupying new territories forcing out their native population. RN-Purneftegas, one of the branches of Russia's largest oil producer Rosneft, promised to add new colors into the life of people living in the Purovsky Region, Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District. Those areas have been inhabited by
Nenets, Khanty and other peoples for centuries. It is yet black that has been prevailing so far. Peoples who survived revolutions, collectivization and the chaos of the 90s are now on the verge of extinction. Oil and gas production business turned out to be more hazardous than the threat of the past.
7 The People Who Walk With Reindeer

The People Who Walk With Reindeer

The Sami people are the Arctic indigenous people inhabiting Sápmi, which today encompasses parts of far northern Sweden, Norway, Finland, the Kola Peninsula of Russia, and the border area between
south and middle Sweden and Norway. Photographer Erika Larsen has lived in one of their tribes for several years and that's what she has to show you about everyday life of these people.

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