Tribal Climate Change Guide
This online database is a collaboration between the University of Oregon and several partners, including the Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals and the USDA Forest Service. It contains a series of resources that can support adaptation planning and initiatives related to tribes, including a list of funding opportunities for tribes seeking to address climate change, as well as a list of tribal adaptation plans. It allows users to search for other important resources, including climate programs, tribal profiles, and disaster resources.
The database allows users to explore:
- Funding: a regularly updated list of funding opportunities for tribes interesting in addressing climate change. Grants are organized by application deadline.
- Tribal Adaptation plans: a list of tribal plans and vulnerability assessments that can be filtered by geography.
- Climate programs: a list of governmental and non-governmental programs that focus on tribal climate adaptation.
- Tribal profiles: case studies, fact sheets, adaptation strategies, and other resources that provide lessons or information on how to adapt.
- Scientists: scientists working on environmental and climate issues that are relevant to tribes.
- Publications: publications by tribal leaders, scholars, and others working with tribes on climate change issues.
- Climate education resources: resources that can inform the public about climate impacts or support curriculum around climate impacts.
- Disaster resources: resources focused on disaster management.
- Climate jobs: a list of opportunities available for people interested in tribal adaptation.
- Events: conferences, webinars, trainings, and other events.
The Tribal Climate Change Guide is part of the Pacific Northwest Tribal Climate Change Project.
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