Literature

Tribal leaders, scholars and others working with tribes on climate change issues are increasingly engaged in bringing tribal voices to academic literature, agency climate reports, and other publications to demonstrate the impacts of climate change on indigenous communities in the United States, and the measures tribes across the country are taking to address climate change. Abstracts and materials provided by the publications are included in the descriptions.

Publication Yearsort ascending Category Geography Website
assessment, vulnerability, index, ecosystems, data, conservation Western United States Link
green building, tribal homes, green infrastructure, energy efficiency, renewable energy, resilience, planning National Link
America's Most Endangered Rivers. 2016. Rivers, Environmental Degradation, Environmental Assessment National Link
research, publications, climate change adaptation, ecology, environment, wildlife, natural resource management, monitoring, analysis National Link
drought, wildfire, forest management, disaster preparedness, climate change, adaptation National Link
National Congress of the American Indian (NCAI) American Indian and Alaska Native Genetics Resource Center. n.d. Havasupai Tribe and the lawsuit settlement aftermath. Genetic Research, Scientific Research, Research Ethics Southwest, National, International Link
Levitan, Dave. “Health Departments Are on Climate Change's Front Lines.” Ensia, ensia.com/features/public-health-departments-climate-change/. health, climate change, extreme weather events, public health, adaptation National Link

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