Resources & Research
Build skills, gather information, and develop tribal policy needed to address climate change impacts.
Tribal Climate Change Guide: An up-to-date and searchable database of grant opportunities, tribal adaptation plans, climate change programs, jobs and events, among other resources that may assist tribes in addressing climate change.
A young woman at a Maryland community center, named Kaitlyn, found our website and was using it to learn about climate change and global warming. We’ve learned that Kaitlyn is really interested in climate change and wants to help fix it. She is interested in the environment, sustainability, and conservation, and is considering becoming a meteorologist. It sounds like she might be the U.S. version of Greta Thunberg in her quest to get governments to act against the climate crisis! Kaitlyn has found a new passion, which is super important to maintain momentum into the future. Thank you, Kaitlyn, for your interest and your enthusiasm! As a budding researcher, Kaitlyn found and shared this article with us, which has good info on climate change and pollution. We’ve recreated the information on our site (see below link). Thank you Connie for sharing this story and connecting us with Kaitlyn.
From Plastic Pollution to Global Warming: Top Environmental Issues We’re Facing Today
We seek to provide guidance to the federal government in developing and implementing administrative and legislative actions related to Indigenous Peoples and climate change. We will do so through passing intertribal resolutions in partnership with other intertribal organizations including: National Congress of American Indians, United South and Eastern Tribes, Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission, Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission, Columbia River Intertribal Fisheries Commission, Upper Columbia United Tribes, Upper Snake River Tribes, and others.