How Tribes Are Harnessing Cutting-Edge Data to Plan for Climate Change

Our recent Tribal Vulnerability Assessment Resources were written about in an excellent piece in YES! Magazine. This project was led by Meade Krosby.

Resources developed by the Climate Impacts Group at University of Washington for tribes in the Pacific Northwest and Oregon, Nevada, and Utah’s Great Basin may prove useful to tribes like the Quinault and the Makah. The collection of resources is designed for the 84 tribes in those regions in their various stages of the climate preparation process. The package will help tribes evaluate impacts, conduct vulnerability assessments, perform adaptation and economic planning, and locate financial resources.”

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