Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://www.media.greenpeace.org/archive/Discussion-of-Non-Violent-Direct-Action-with-Jerry-Natanine--Soundbite--27MZIFJW7O8W9.htmlConceptually similarDr. Lindy Weilgart Interviewed (Soundbite)GP0STRWTMCompleted★★★★Clyde River Mayor James Qillaq Interviewed (Soundbite - Inuktitut)GP0STRWUACompleted★★★★Former Clyde River Mayor Jerry Natanine Interviewed (Soundbite)GP0STRWUNCompleted★★★★Arctic Icebergs at Sunset (B-Roll)GP0STRWUSCompleted★★★★Jerry and Clara Natanine Aboard Arctic Sunrise Ship (B-Roll)GP0STRWURCompleted★★★★Clyde River Resident Clara Natanine Interviewed (Soundbite)GP0STRWUUCompleted★★★★Solar Panels Delivered By Boat to Clyde River (B-Roll)GP0STRWV0Completed★★★★Dr. Lindy Weilgart on Deck (B-Roll)GP0STSOLQCompleted★★★★Banner Painting Aboard Arctic Sunrise (B-Roll)GP0STSOE9Completed★★★★View AllGP0STSOEDDiscussion of Non Violent Direct Action with Jerry Natanine (Soundbite)Inuit from Clyde River, Nunavut, have inspired the global Save The Arctic movement to join their fight. They have successfully stopped seismic blasting for the past two years — but their Arctic home is still under threat. Together, we must ensure dangerous seismic blasting is never again permitted in these fragile waters.Greenpeace and the Arctic Sunrise travel to Clyde River, Nunavut to collaborate with Inuit residents for Arctic oil resistance and supporting solar energy solutions.Date:10 Aug, 2016Credit:© GreenpeaceDuration:5m7sShoot: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.