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Tribal Nations Maps

The Tribal Nations Map Gallery includes PDF wall maps and interactive maps from federal partners and intertribal groups to showcase climate resilience efforts of tribes, Alaska Natives, and other diverse communities nationwide. Continued

Tribal Nations Framing Questions

Tribal Nations 1. Data sharing between Tribal Nations and non-tribal partners must ensure that there is free, prior, and informed consent of tribes and traditional knowledge holders participating in the collaboration, and tribally-led protections for traditional knowledges... Continued

Tribal Nations Tools

This page contains links to web-based tools, training, and guidance to help understand, analyze, and assess the vulnerabilities and resilience of Tribal Nations to climate variability, global climate change, and compounding stressors... Continued

Tribal Nations Featured Content

This page contains relevant content from U.S. government agencies and other sources that can help Tribal Nations and other communities understand how climate variability and/or global climate change may impact their peoples, lands, and resources and how to assist in building climate resilience strategies. Continued

Tribal Nations Data

Indian Lands datasets are difficult to correctly interpret, so please visit the Bureau of Indian Affairs Frequently Asked Questions to aid understanding. Other data sharing limitations to Tribal Nations data selection and thematic content are discussed in the framing questions... Continued

Human Health Data

Climate change threatens to increase human health risks, both physical and mental, by increasing exposure to extreme weather events, affecting the quality of essential resources such as air, food, and water, and increasing the prevalence of vector-, food-, and waterborne illnesses... Continued

Ecosystem Vulnerability Data

Ecosystems are essential to the survival of species and their habitats. They provide life-sustaining services to humans by supplying clean water, food, and other natural resources. The productivity of these ecosystems is being impacted by climate change, threatening the livelihood of those that rely on them... Continued

Coastal Flooding Data

An increase in global sea level poses a major threat to global coastal communities and habitats. Coastal flooding from high tides, tropical cyclone storm surge, tsunamis, and heavy precipitation events is projected to increase in frequency and severity. To combat the impacts of sea level rise due to climate change... Continued

Arctic Data

The Arctic is warming at a rate twice the global average, according to the 2018 Arctic Report Card. Warming temperatures, melting sea ice and glaciers, and thawing permafrost are having profound impacts on Arctic ecosystems, as well as Arctic residents and their ways of life... Continued

Microsoft Launches “Innovation Challenge” around Food Resilience

WASHINGTON, July 27, – The U.S. Department of Agriculture is partnering with Microsoft to launch the "Innovation Challenge," a competition to develop software applications that help farmers, agriculture businesses, and consumers explore how climate change will affect their food systems. The Innovation Challenge… Continued

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