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Supporting Tribal Climate Adaptation in the Northern Rockies and Northern Plains Region

Tribal Climate Adaptation 2.0
Principal Investigator
Shannon McNeeley

Dates

Start Date
2019-04-18
End Date
2020-04-17
Release Date
2018

Summary

Tribes and tribal lands in the Northern Rockies/Northern Plains region are already experiencing the effects of climate change, and tribal managers are also already responding to and preparing for the impacts of those changes. However, these managers face many challenges and obstacles to either completing and/or implementing their adaptation plans. The overall goal of this project is to provide tribal managers in this region the opportunity to share experiences, challenges, and successes with each other in order to support climate adaptation efforts. The project researchers will plan and conduct a workshop for tribes in the north central region that are in some stage of climate adaptation planning or implementation. This project is [...]

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Contacts

Principal Investigator :
Shannon McNeeley
Co-Investigator :
Michael Durglo
Funding Agency :
North Central CASC
CMS Group :
Climate Adaptation Science Centers (CASC) Program

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Project Extension

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typeTechnical Summary
valueWe will plan and conduct a workshop for tribes in the north central region who are in some stage of climate adaptation planning or implementation. This will be a partnership between Colorado State University and the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes who will work with ITEP (Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals) to build on their climate adaptation training. We will co-develop the next iteration (“2.0”) of training to help tribes who need support with their plans and implementing their plans. We have a core planning team of experts who will work together to plan a workshop for the spring of 2019 to be held in the Denver, CO area. We will invite tribal professionals from the EPA Region 8 Regional Tribal Operations Committee (RTOC) with whom the PIs have experience working on climate issues. We anticipate 20-30 participants from the 27 tribes in region 8.
projectStatusIn Progress

Budget Extension

annualBudgets
year2018
totalFunds52483.0
parts
typeAward Type
valueGrant
typeAward Number
valueG19AP00016
totalFunds52483.0

Badlands, Sara Feldt, NPS - Credit
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  • National and Regional Climate Adaptation Science Centers
  • North Central CASC

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RegistrationUUID NCCWSC 6e8b5db9-ea74-49ac-8e2a-c124cd9f7564
StampID NCCWSC NC18-MS1330

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