Chuu Choo gwidiʼ

© Greenpeace / Christian Åslund

Gwiiniikʼoo tsʼat azhik trʼigwichʼin kwaa kʼit vigwideechʼin, gwat dinjii tsʼat nin niłinehchʼiʼ azhik gwaʼan tʼigiinchʼuh, guuveenjit nanh gwiinzii.

Chuu Choo gwaʼan kaiikʼit gwinagwijilzhii dinjii 30 gehndòoʼ azhik gugwichʼin. North America, Asia tsʼat Greenland nanh diitsʼaii gwaʼan Eneekaii kat kagwidhahʼaii. Juk gweenoo ejuk tsʼat trʼigwichʼin gwat tthʼeihee nanh kak adigwidaandaih. Walruses, ehvyek tsʼat chehzhii jii gwidiʼ kagwidhahʼaii.

Gwanagooʼee gwaʼan sriitsʼat gugwaaʼeh, zhigwidiʼ tʼat Eneekaii, Dinjii Zhuh, Teenjir nilii tsʼat oonjit, 1,425,000 square kilometers gwizhit nihkhah gugwichʼin. Greenland tłʼee, Canadian chuu choo gwidiʼ, nanh ghoo gwizhit nan gwiinchii dhaʼaih. Jii gwidiʼ, dinjii tsʼat nin kagwidhaʼaii. Nan niizhit gwitsʼat iijiichʼii iizuu guuvah gwitʼagwiinʼee.

Zhigwidiʼ, chiitaii nitsʼoo nigwiinʼee, nan ghoo datthak gwitsʼat dinjii guuveenjit ejuk tsʼat nagwiinʼeh. Nan kak gwiniidhaa neegwijaazhih, nan gwakak jidii hah trʼooʼaii gwikʼiigheʼ akoo dagoonchʼuh.

Greenpeace juu diginuu, gwichʼinat five million gehndòoʼ, jii nan eenjit diiyah nihkhachidhoo giiniidhan. Tthʼeih gahviidindaii nohthan jiʼ, jii gwinohʼih: SavetheArctic.org

Greenpeace juu diginuu, gwichʼinat five million gehndòoʼ, jii nan eenjit diiyah nihkhachidhoo giiniidhan. Tthʼeih gahviidindaii nohthan jiʼ, jii gwinohʼih: SavetheArctic.org

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