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For the Sámi indigenous people, the year begins in spring when the reindeer calves are born. Nature guides how they live their lives, but they can't read nature like they used to. A warming planet is threatening their way of life in northern Sweden, and efforts to save their land and the reindeer are reigniting old tensions with the Swedish government.
In this episode:
Paul Rhys (@pallerhys), Al Jazeera journalist based in Sweden.
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