Of Interest

Terry Williams and Preston Hardison

Traditional knowledge is increasingly recognized as valuable for adaptation to climate change. Bringing scientists and indigenous peoples together to collaborate and exchange knowledge leads to new insights and tools to prepare for the future. These partnerships can benefit both researchers and...Read More

Karen Cozzetto et al.

This paper provides an overview of climate change impacts on tribal water resources and the subsequent cascading effects on the livelihoods and cultures of American Indians and Alaska Natives living on tribal lands in the U.S. A hazards and vulnerability framework for understanding these impacts...Read More

T.M. Bull Bennett et al.

The peoples, lands, and resources of indigenous communities in the United States, including Alaska and the Pacific Rim, face an array of climate change impacts and vulnerabilities that threaten many Native communities. The consequences of observed and projected climate change have and will...Read More

Rebecca Tsosie

The international dialogue on climate change is currently focused on a strategy of adaptation that includes the projected removal of entire communities, if necessary. Not surprisingly, many of the geographical regions that are most vulnerable to the effects of climate change are also the...Read More

Kathy Lynn et al

American Indian and Alaska Native tribes are uniquely affected by climate change. Indigenous peoples have depended on a wide variety of native fungi, plant and animal species for food, medicine, ceremonies, community and economic health for countless generations. Climate change stands to impact...Read More