Jerry cans with fuel, a caribou head, and drying Arctic char (fish) at a base camp for a Canadian Rangers summer Patrol north of the Inuit hamlet of Naujaat, Nunavut. This is a picture of a refrigerator and two eras of natural resources for the Inuit. The fuel jerry cans made of plastic in this case for a boat, allow for faster and further travel but are industrially produced. The caribou head and arctic char cubes hanging from its antlers are sitting in a natural outdoor refrigerator because in the North the natural ambient temperature even in the summer allows for the meat to remain naturally cooled and the animals are a renewable resource. Climate change and increased human activity may alter this forever.