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Alliance Staff Attend the Tribal Marine Collaborative Meeting Hosted by Sacred Places Institute

On January 27th, Climate Science Alliance staff joined the Tribal Marine Collaborative meeting hosted by our partners, the Sacred Places Institute (SPI), at Crystal Cove Conservancy on Tongva and Acjachemen Land.


red flowers overlooking ocean with hummingbird

On January 27th, Climate Science Alliance staff joined the Tribal Marine Collaborative meeting hosted by our partners, the Sacred Places Institute (SPI), at Crystal Cove Conservancy on Tongva and Acjachemen Land. We are excited to be engaging with the Tribal Marine Collaborative which works to support Tribes whose ancestral lands reside within a Marine Protected Area (MPA).


With representatives from Tribes and organizations along the coasts of California, the group was able to hold discussion, learn from one another, and set forward action items. Coming together as an inter-Tribal community with shared values and goals is a powerful expression of our determination and resilience as Indigenous peoples.


On behalf of the Climate Science Alliance team, thank you to the Tribal Marine Collaborative and the Sacred Places Institute team for hosting us on this beautiful day.



Pictured above: Mary Jane Andreas, Jessa Calderon, Tina Calderon, Gabrielle Crowe, Angela Mooney D’Arcy, Jules Jackson, Spenser Jaimes, Kate Lowry, Shannon Magee, Ruthie Maloney, Roland Pacheco, Amber Pairis, and Paula Sternberg.


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