The Climate Science Alliance was honored to contribute to the development of the 2021 Status of Tribes and Climate Change Report, visioned and led by our partners at the Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals.
A team of dedicated experts and community members, convened by our partners at the Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals (ITEP), recently released a new report entitled, Status of Tribes and Climate Change Report (STACC), that seeks to uplift and honor the voices of Indigenous peoples across the U.S. to increase understanding of how climate change is impacting Tribes and the solutions Tribes are leading.
Alongside more than 90 authors representing diverse entities and perspectives, the Climate Science Alliance team was honored to contribute to the development of the STACC Report. As the first of its kind, this report was written for diverse audiences including Tribal managers, leaders, and community members, federal and state agencies and decision-makers; and non-governmental organizations, and includes research into the effects of climate change and the voices of Indigenous peoples who are on the front lines in experiencing and responding to climate disasters.
The Climate Science Alliance is proud to continuously collaborate with dedicated partners in building a more climate-resilient future for human and natural communities.