How climate change is threatening a remote town nestled in the Arctic Circle

The Arctic town of Longyearbyen, Norway, is warming faster than anywhere else on Earth. It sits in an island chain where average temperatures are up and sea ice is declining. Life there is having to adapt to longer summers, and shorter, warmer winters. Special correspondent John Bevir traveled there to meet some of the people living on the frontline of a changing world.

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