How Indigenous Guardians are on the frontlines of climate change

As world leaders continue to discuss the devastating effects of climate change, a network of Indigenous Guardians across Canada are taking action, something they have done for generations, now part of a formal program funded by the federal government. For The New Reality, Dawna Friesen got a rare view into their work, as they act as the eyes and ears of the land and the seas, blending traditional knowledge with modern science.