Publications

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 Year Sort ascending Geography Website
Welch, Craig. 2015. Why Alaska’s Inupiat Are Warming to Offshore Oil Drilling. The National Geographic http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2015/05/150522-Inupiat-Shell-offshore-oil-Arctic-Alaska-ocean-whale-sea/ (accessed June 24, 2015)

Categories: Offshore oil drilling, Inupiat, tribe, indigenous

2015 Alaska, Arctic Link
Joling, Dan. 2016. Alaska’s Inuit Link Steady Food Supply to Environment: CBC/Radio-Canada.

Categories: Survival of Indigenous Culture, Sustainability, Subsistence Living, Traditional Methods, Cultural Preservation, Climate Resilience.

2015 Alaska, Arctic, Canada, Coastal. Link
Rising Voices: Collaborative Science for Climate Solutions. 2015. Recommendations to the UNFCCC 21st Conference of Parties.

Categories: Policy, Adaptation, Climate Impacts, Indigenous Peoples

2015 National Link
Wilson, N. J., Walter, M. T., & Waterhouse, J. (2015). Indigenous Knowledge of Hydrologic Change in the Yukon River Basin: A Case Study of Ruby, Alaska. ARCTIC, 68(1), 93-106.

Categories: Climate change, Indigenous knowledge of water, socio-hydrology, river dynamics, Water Resources, tribe, indigenous

2015 Alaska Link
ITEP. 2015. Climate Change and Human Health: What it means to tribes and how we can adapt.

Categories: disease, pathogens, food security, traditional diets, climate adaptation, community initiatives, weather patterns, heat, insects, air quality

2015 United States Link
LCC Network Conservation Science Plan - Version 1.0. 2015.

Categories: Conservation, Landscape Management, Climate Adaptation, Science

2015 National Link
Doyle, T.W., Chivoiu, Bogdan, and Enwright, N.M., 2015, Sea-level rise modeling handbook—Resource guide for coastal land managers, engineers, and scientists: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1815, 76 p., http://dx.doi.org/10.3133/pp1815.

Categories: Sea-level Rise, Resource Guide, Planning

2015 National, Coastal Link
Strauss, B. H., Kulp, S. and Levermann, A. 2015. Mapping Choices: Carbon, Climate, and Rising
Seas, Our Global Legacy. Climate Central Research Report. pp. 1-38.

Categories: Sea level rise, populations at risk

2015 International, Global Link
ITEP. 2015. Climate Change Mitigation and Solid Waste: Reducing greenhouse gases through municipal solid waste management.

Categories: waste management, climate mitigation, climate adaptation, emissions, greenhouse gas, solid waste, tribal health,

2015 United States Link
Maldonado, J., Bennett, T.M.B., Chief, K., Cochran, P., Cozzetto, K., Gough, B., Hiza Redsteer, M., Lynn, K. and Maynard, N., 2015, Engagement With Indigenous Peoples and Honoring Traditional Knowledge Systems; Journal of Climatic Change.

Categories: National Climate Assessment, tribes, climate change

2015 National Link
Mauger, G.S., J.H. Casola, H.A. Morgan, R.L. Strauch, B. Jones, B. Curry, T.M. Busch lSaksen, L. Whitely Binder, M.B. Krosby, and A.K. Snover. 2015. State of Knowledge. Climate Change in Puget Sound. Report repared for the Puget Sound Partnership and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Climate Impacts Group. University of Washington, Seattle. Doi: 10.7915/CIG93777D

Categories: Assessment, Synthesis, Summary, Climate Data, Puget Sound

2015 Pacific Northwest, Washington, Puget Sound Link
Saperstein, A. 2015. Climate Change, Migration, and the Puget Sound Region: What We Know and How We Could Learn More. Report prepared for the University of Washington Climate Impacts Group. The Daniel J. Evans School of Public Policy and Governance, University of Washington, Seattle.

Categories: Human Migration, Climate Impacts, Research

2015 Pacific Northwest, Washington, Puget Sound Link
Improving collaboration between Native Americans and climate scientists. 2015. MSU Today.

Categories: Climate Science, Research Ethics, Native Climate Science

2015 Great Lakes, East Link
Sydeman, W.J., E. Poloczanska, T.E. Reed, and S.A. Thompson. 2015. Climate change and marine vertebrates. Science 13 (350, no. 6262): 772-777, doi: 10.1126/science.aac9874

Categories: Marine Ecosystems Impacts, Marine Vertebrates, Population Dynamics, Climate Impacts

2015 Pacific Northwest, Coastal Link
Burger, J., Gochfeld, M., Niles, L. et al. Environ Monit Assess (2015) 187: 102. doi:10.1007/s10661-014-4233-4

Categories: Indicators, Human health, Ecological health, Endpoints, Cultural health, Subsistence, climate change, fisheries, conservation

2015 Northwest Coast Link
Maldonado, JK, TMB Bennett, K Chief, P Cochran, K Cozzetto, B Gough, MH Redsteer, N Maynard, K Lynn, G Voggesser. 2015. Engagement With Indigenous Peoples and Honoring Traditional Knowledge Systems. Climatic Change.

Categories: sustained assessment, TK, tribe, indigenous

2015 Global Link
Whyte, Kyle. 2015. What Do Indigenous Knowledges Do for Indigenous Peoples? SSRN.

Categories: Traditional Knowledges (TKs), Indigenous Knowledge, Indigenous Governance, Science, Climate Impacts

2015 National Link
Marino, Elizabeth. 2015. Fierce Climate, Sacred Ground: An Ethnography of Climate Change. University of Alaska Press.

Categories: vulnerability, Adaptation, Relocation, tribe, indigenous

2015 Alaska, Arctic Link
Vickery, Jamie and Lori Hunter. 2015. Native Americans: Where in Environmental Justice Research? Society and Natural Resources Journal.

Categories: Climate justice, American Indians, tribe, indigenous

2015 Global Link

Categories: Public Health, adaptation, preparedness, air quality, climate change, extreme events

2015 National Link
Armitage, P and Kilburn, S. 2015. Conduct of Traditional Knowledge Research—A Reference Guide. Whitehorse [YT]: Wildlife Management Advisory Council (North Slope).

Categories: Traditional Knowledge, Research, traditional knowledge research, indigenous people, tribe, best practices

2015 Canada Link
Whyte, Kyle. 2015. The Ethics of Traditional Knowledge Exchange in Climate Change Initiatives. Earthzine.

Categories: Ethics, Traditional Knowledges (TKs), Climate Initiatives

2015 National, International Link
Brewer, Joseph and Kronk Warner, Elizabeth Ann, Guarding Against Exploitation: Protecting Indigenous Knowledge in the Age of Climate Change (February 20, 2015). Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2567995 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2567995

Categories: Traditional Knowledge, indigenous knowledge, Climate change, intellectual property, tribes, Native Americans, American Indians, indigenous people, Indians

2015 United States Link
Review of 2014 Federal Agency Adaptation Plans 2015 National Link
Bronen, R. (2014b). Choice and necessity: relocations in the Arctic and South Pacific. Forced Migration Review: 45.

Categories: Relocations, indigenous people, tribe, Arctic, South Pacific, Relocation, Adaptation

2015 Arctic, South Pacific Link
Bronen, R. Huffington. 2015. The Arctic Is Speaking Truths About Climate Change. Is Anyone Listening?

Categories: Climate-induced displacement, Arctic, tribe, indigenous

2015 Alaska, Arctic Link
Northwest Climate Science Center. 2015. Annual Report.

Categories: Annual Report, Conservation, Science

2015 Northwest Link
Gruenig B, Lynn K, Voggesser G, Whyte P. 2015. Tribal climate change principles: responding to federal policies and actions to address climate change.

Categories: Climate change, indigenous, policy, tribe

2015 United States Link
A. Bakun, B.A. Black, S.J. Bograd, M. García-Reyes, A.J. Miller, R.R. Rykaczewski, W.J. Sydeman. 2015. Anticipated Effects of Climate Change on Coastal Upwelling Ecosystems. Current Climate Change Reports. 1: 85-93.

Categories: Upwelling, Climate Impacts, Coastal Upwelling

2015 Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean Link
Government Accountability Office. 2015. A National System Could Help Federal, State, Local, and Private Sector Decision Makers Use Climate Information.

Categories: Climate Data, Review

2015 National Link