Skip to main content
Advanced Search

Filters: Tags: Tribes and Tribal Organizations (X) > Categories: Project (X)

42 results (86ms)   

Filters
Contacts (Less)
View Results as: JSON ATOM CSV
thumbnail
Climate change is poised to increase the frequency and intensity of extreme weather events – such as tornadoes, flooding, drought, and snowstorms – which may damage buildings and other structures, cause economic hardship, disrupt plant and wildlife communities, and endanger people’s physical and emotional health. The purpose of this project was to enhance the knowledge of local tribal environmental professionals in Oklahoma related to planning for extreme weather events as a result of climate change. Researchers hosted a one-day workshop at the University of Oklahoma (OU) that was attended by professionals representing at least five tribes, as well as interdisciplinary scholars and students engaged in climate...
thumbnail
This summit will convene leaders from Tribes and First Nations throughout the Pacific Northwest and North America to advance tribal climate change policy and action. The Summit will focus on topics such as tribal climate change resiliency, protecting and applying Traditional Knowledge in climate change initiatives, and implementing a unified tribal climate change policy agenda. Co-sponsors for this event include the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians (ATNI), Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), North Pacific Landscape Conservation Cooperative (NPLCC), PNW Tribal Climate Change Network, and the Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center.


map background search result map search result map Identifying Tribal Vulnerabilities and Supporting Planning for Extreme Weather Events Support for the 2019 Tribes and First Nations Climate Change Summit Identifying Tribal Vulnerabilities and Supporting Planning for Extreme Weather Events Support for the 2019 Tribes and First Nations Climate Change Summit