Melting Ice Could Erode Way of Life for Alaska's North Slope

Aired: 9/18/2013 | 0:08:05 | Clip
More than 300 miles north of the Arctic Circle, Alaska’s North Slope is ground zero for global climate change. NewsHour producer April Brown reports the melting ice has opened up opportunity for shipping and other development – industry that could be catastrophic for the way of life of residents.