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Final Report: Climate Training for Native Tribes of Louisiana and New Mexico


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DeLong K., and Rahder M., 2017, Climate Training for Native Tribes of Louisiana and New Mexico.


Tribal nations are at the forefront of adaptation to climate change in the United States, because of their reliance upon the natural environment to sustain traditional ways of life yet the current lack of training and resources to respond to climate change impacts remains a challenge. Working with the South Central Climate Science Center (SC CSC), our team of climate scientists and anthropologists worked with tribal professionals in Louisiana and New Mexico to increase their basic knowledge of climate science, connect them with tools to assess their communities’ vulnerabilities, and helped them build their skills to develop adaptation and mitigation strategies. Our team held biweekly conference calls in consultation with tribal members [...]


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  • National and Regional Climate Adaptation Science Centers
  • South Central CASC

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