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Tribal Climate Change Guide

Tribal, First Nation, and Alaska Native communities—along with federal, academic, non-profit, and other partners—use this web-based clearinghouse to access a broad range of climate resources.

The Tribal Climate Change Guide is a searchable database that features up-to-date information on available grants, adaptation plans, climate programs, and climate tools to assist Native peoples in addressing impacts of climate change on their communities and ways of life. The guide also features national events, climate job postings, education resources, publications, and a directory of climate change scientists.

The Tribal Climate Change Guide is part of the Pacific Northwest Tribal Climate Change Project and is updated regularly. Although originating in the Pacific Northwest Tribal Climate Change Network, contributors come from every region of the United States. International inputs are also welcome.

 

Last modified
7 November 2017 - 9:32am