Lawrence Ruben has lived in the Arctic all his life, and is still learning about the changing region.
In the 1970s, there was one guarantee when he would head out on the land — the conditions would be predictable and relatively the same as the previous year.
Elders and knowledge holders would predict a pattern of wildlife migration and flight changes, and the number of seals and polar bears.
But in the past two decades, that predictability has diminished.
“Things have drastically…