Climate Science Alliance Participated in National Tribal and Indigenous Climate Change Summit

The Climate Science Alliance Team was excited to attend the National Tribal and Indigenous Climate Change Conference (NTICC) hosted by the Institute of Tribal Environmental Professionals. The NTICC convened experts on climate change and included a balance of Traditional Indigenous Knowledges and Western Sciences.



The Climate Science Alliance Team was excited to attend the National Tribal and Indigenous Climate Change Conference (NTICC) hosted by the Institute of Tribal Environmental Professionals. The NTICC convened experts on climate change and included a balance of Traditional Indigenous Knowledges and Western Sciences. 


Our team presented in several sessions at the virtual conference on work from our Connecting Wildlands and Communities Project, Tribal Work Group, Carbon Demonstration Project, Climate Kids - Tribes, and more! 



Check out a selection of our presentations below. 



“Carbon Sink Demonstration Project and Pauma Tribal Farms” presented by: Connor Magee. This presentation was included in the “Land” Session at NTICC.

View the presentation here.



"Climate Science Alliance Tribal Working Group: A Model for Advancing Tribal and Non-Tribal Collaboration" presented by: William Madrigal Jr. and Dr Amber Pairis.

This presentation was included in the "Increasing Tribal Resilience" Session at NTICC.

View the presentation here.

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