2019 Tribal and First Nations Climate Summit

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SUMMIT SUMMARY

The 2019 Tribal & First Nations Climate Summit was a great success and included plenty of great discussion and insights from Indigenous leaders.

Download a DRAFT summary of the meeting proceedings and recommendations that were derived from the meeting.

SUMMIT INFORMATION

Tribes and First Nations in the Pacific Northwest have made great progress in observing and documenting environmental change on their homelands, but climate change is increasing at a pace that challenges important ways of life. So Tribes and First Nations across the region came together to learn from past work and to discuss how to continue climate change studies to provide the support communities need to adapt and thrive for generations to come. The 2019 Summit was led by Tribes and First Nations for Tribal leadership and their staff. The Summit convened leaders from Tribes and First Nations throughout North America to advance tribal climate change policy and action. The Summit focused on tribal climate change resiliency, protecting and applying Traditional Knowledges in climate change initiatives, and implementing a unified tribal climate change policy agenda.  The Summit also included a tour of the Spokane Tribal Housing Program solar project. Tribal elected and appointed leaders, resource managers, health specialists, traditional elders, scientists, students and practitioners discussed current issues along three primary Summit Tracks.

SUMMIT TRACKS

  1. Traditional Knowledges: How are traditional knowledges shaping conservation and adaptation actions, while ensuring appropriate engagement protocols are upheld and knowledges are protected?
  2. Tribal Climate Resiliency: Plans and Actions: How are vulnerability assessments, adaptation planning, and approaches to resiliency increasing tribal engagement in climate change mitigation and adaptation?
  3. Advancing Policy: How can Tribes engage in local, regional and international climate policy to build tribal capacity and craft a unified message in support of tribal climate resiliency?

AGENDA AND PRESENTATIONS

SPOKANE TRIBE SOLAR TOUR

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