||From Kolkata to Kaktovik en route to Arctic voices something like an introduction / Subhankar Banerjee -- Here's what you can do to keep wild alive / Emilie Karrick Surrusco and Cindy Shogan -- Part I: Snapshot of now -- (from) Early warming: crisis and response in the climate-changed north / Nancy Lord -- They have no ears / Riki Ott -- BPing the Arctic? / Subhankar Banerjee -- Teshekpuk in the Arcic's biggest wetland / Steve Zack and Joe Liebezeit -- Protecting the apples but chopping the trees / Andri Snµr Magnason -- Part II: Pain and joy of being connected -- (from) Silent snow: the slow poisoning of the Arctic / Marla Cone -- The fall of the Yukon kings / Dan O'Neill -- Following cranes to the Arctic / George Archibald -- Broken promises: the reality of big oil in America's Arctic / Pamela A. Miller -- (from) Kivalina: a climate change story / Christine Shearer -- Part III: We are the caribou people -- (from) People of the deer / Farley Mowat -- Caribou currency / Seth Kantner -- We'll fight to protect the caribou calving ground and Gwich'in way of life / Jonathon Solomon, Sarah James, and Reverend Trimble Gilbert -- Caribou time / Nick Jans -- Part IV: Arctic ocean is our garden -- (from) Arctic dreams: imagination and desire in a northern landscape / Barry Lopez -- We will fight to protect the Arctic ocean and our way of life / Robert Thompson, Rosemary Ahtuangaruak, Caroline Cannon, and Earl Kingik -- Dancing for the whales: Kivçgiq and cultural resilience among the people of the whales / Chie Sakakibara -- Part V: Reporting from the field -- (from) Coming into the country / John McPhee -- In the great country / Peter Matthiessen -- Coast to coast: perilous journeys with Arctic shorebirds / Stephen Brown -- In calloused human hands: Tuullik, Teshekpuk, and our western Arctic / Jeff Fair -- Part VI: Decade, after decade, after decade -- (from) Two in the far north / Margaret E. Murie -- (from) Being Caribou / Karsten Heuer -- (from) Midnight wilderness / Debbie S. Miller -- Saving the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge / George B. Schaller -- Part VII: We gather; we speak out; we organize -- A brief history of native solidarity / Maria Shaa Tlâaa Williams -- We'll fight to protect the Gwich'in homeland and our way of life, Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and Yukon Flats National Wildlife Refuge / Chief Dacho Alexander, Marilyn Savage, and Matthew Gilbert -- Past and present, culture in progress / Velma Wallis -- (from) The reindeer people: living with animals and sprits in Siberia / Piers Vitebsky. A pristine environment of ecological richness and biodiversity. Home to generations of indigenous people for thousands of years. The location of vast quantities of oil, natural gas and coal. Largely uninhabited and long at the margins of global affairs, in the last decade Arctic Alaska has quickly become the most contested land in recent US history. World-renowned photographer, writer, and activist Subhankar Banerjee brings together first-person narratives from more than thirty prominent activists, writers, and researchers who address issues of climate change, resource war, and human rights with stunning urgency and groundbreaking research. From Gwich'in activist Sarah James's impassioned appeal, "We Are the Ones Who Have Everything to Lose," during the UN Climate Conference in Copenhagen in 2009 to an original piece by acclaimed historian Dan O'Neill about his recent trips to the Yukon Flats fish camps, Arctic Voices is a window into a remarkable region. Other contributors include Seth Kantner, Velma Wallis, Nick Jans, Debbie Miller, Andri Snaer Magnason, George Schaller, George Archibald, Cindy Shogan, and Peter Matthiessen.