Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://www.media.greenpeace.org/archive/-Light-in-the-North----Web-Video--International-Version--27MZIFJJ9D3GO.htmlConceptually similarLight in the North (English Version)GP0STQ2XKCompleted★★★★"Light in the North" - Web Video (French Version)GP0STQ30UCompleted★★★★"Light in the North" - Web Video (Spanish Version)GP0STQ30WCompleted★★★★"Light in the North" - Web Video (International Version)GP0STQ2NPCompleted★★★"Light in the North" - Web Video (English Version)GP0STQ2O1Completed★★★"Light in the North" - Web Video (Inuktitut Version)GP1STOMOCompleted★★★★Greenpeace & Emma Thompson in Clyde River - News Access (English Version)GP0STQ2LGCompleted★★★★★★★"Right to Eat" - Arctic Food Security with Emma Thompson (French)GP0STRJGBCompleted★★★★"Right to Eat" - Arctic Food Security with Emma Thompson (English)GP0STRJGLCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STQ2XQ"Light in the North" - Web Video (International Version)One of the world’s most remote, northern communities is going solar and standing up to the oil industry. Clyde River, Nunavut, in the Canadian Arctic is breaking free from fossil fuel dependency and harnessing the power of the Arctic sun.Date:23 Aug, 2016Credit:© GreenpeaceDuration:1m10sRestrictions:IMAGES OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLE IN CLYDE RIVER MUST NOT BE USED FOR FUNDRAISING PURPOSES OR GIVEN TO THIRD PARTIES. EXTERNAL MEDIA USAGE AFTER AVAILABLE DOWNLOAD TIME MUST BE DONE UNDER PRIOR AUTHORIZATION BY GREENPEACE CANADA.Keywords:Actions and protests-Aerial view-Climate (campaign title)-Community gatherings-Indigenous People-KWCI (GPI)-Large group of people-Renewable energy-Seismic testing-Solar energy-Solar panels-VillagesShoot:Arctic Home - Canadian Arctic Ship Tour to Clyde River (Videos)As Arctic ice retreats due to climate change, the people who call this region home are under threat from oil companies that want to exploit the Arctic for all it’s worth. Now, one community is fighting back. The Inuit community of Clyde River is inspiring people around the world by fighting to protect their home, their culture and the animals they love from the impacts of oil exploitation. Meet Jerry Natanine and his daughter Clara, as they tell us about why they are fighting to protect the Arctic, their home.