Tribal Resilience

A COLLABORATION WITH REGIONAL TRIBAL PARTNERS

 

ABOUT

In collaboration with Tribes and Tribal Professionals across the Nation, the Climate Science Alliance provides technical and staff support for projects, events, and planning. The Alliance also co-convenes the Tribal Working Group, working to build resilience specifically for Tribes in southern California.

TRIBAL WORKING GROUP

Through the use of education, environmental programs, and traditional ecological knowledge, and a focus on community priorities, local ecosystems, and holistic management, the Tribal Working Group collaborates to safeguard the lands and cultures of southern California’s Indian tribes from the threat of climate change.

The Tribal Work Group participants play a leadership role within the Climate Science Alliance and advise on projects, programming, and organizational leadership.

UPCOMING MEETINGS

The next Tribal Working Group meeting is in

September, 2019

Interested in joining the Tribal Working Group?

Learn how to apply here:

PROJECTS

LA JOLLA BAND OF LUISEÑO INDIANS

ADAPTATION PLAN

The Climate Science Alliance is supporting the La Jolla Band of Luiseño Indians in creating an adaptation plan to advance tribal resilience now and in the future.

ON THE BLOG

San Diego Foundation Awards Grant to Climate Science Alliance to Support Climate Resilience Activities

November 13, 2019

Alliance Awarded 2019 Catalyst Grant from the Network for Landscape Conservation

September 20, 2019

Climate Science Alliance Participates in Tribal Climate Change Symposium

September 13, 2019

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The Climate Science Alliance is fiscally sponsored by the California Wildlife Foundation (Tax ID: 68-0234744).

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