Building Authentic Collaborations with Tribal Communities - A Climate Practitioner's Guide

The Climate Science Alliance strives to facilitate regular conversations on how we can cultivate authentic collaborations with Indigenous communities and improve equity and inclusion for our staff, our projects, and within our network. In the spirit of this effort, we have worked with several partners from across our network to compile a living reference for climate practitioners in this space entitled, “Building Authentic Collaborations with Tribal Communities.”



As an organization, the Climate Science Alliance strives to facilitate regular conversations on how we can cultivate meaningful and authentic collaborations with Indigenous communities and improve equity and inclusion for our staff, our projects, and within our network. Our work is successful when we are able to lift others’ voices up, make sure that climate conversations are accessible and relatable, and ensure that Indigenous ways of knowing are at the forefront of climate adaptation work.


In the spirit of this effort, we have worked with partners from across our network to compile a living reference for climate practitioners in this space entitled, “Building Authentic Collaborations with Tribal Communities.”


View the Resource Guide Here


This guide provides important information, key resources, and listed actions to take prior to reaching out to build new relationships with Tribal communities. By sharing resources from these important discussions, our hope is that others will do their due diligence in expanding their understanding and moving their work forward in a good way where all people are valued for who they are and the knowledge they hold.

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