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NTICC Session Recordings and Resources Now Available!

Session recordings, highlight reel, and slide deck from this year’s National Tribal & Indigenous Climate Conference (NTICC) are now available. View the Climate Science Alliance team’s presentation about Cultivating Collaboration, as well as the rest of the wonderful speakers and panelists!


Photo courtesy of ITEP

The Climate Science Alliance team was honored to attend the National Tribal & Indigenous Climate Conference organized by the Institute of Tribal Environmental Professionals (ITEP) in Saint Paul, MN this past September. Co-Director and Community Resilience Lead, Althea Walker, and Tribal Capacities and Partnerships Program Manager, Will Madrigal Jr., spoke during a panel discussion around the theme of “Cultivating Collaboration” about the Alliance model of cultivating transformational adaptation, the role that our Tribal Working Group plays in our work, and how the Alliance model fits into the larger movement of community-led climate adaptation. This discussion is available here, and the rest of the NTICC session recordings can be found here. Also, check out the slide deck and highlight reel for a peek into the event and some fun appearances from our team!


Another huge thank you to the ITEP team for planning and organizing such an incredible event, and to the Dakota and Ojibwe peoples, upon whose ancestral homeland the conference took place.



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