Haines residents are still recovering from last year’s landslides

The human toll from climate change effects in Alaska are real. The small community of Haines in Southeast Alaska experienced a deadly landslide late last year and is still coming to terms with the catastrophic damage and the loss of life. Claire Stremple from member station KHNS reports.

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