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
Riedlinger, Dyanna, and Fikret Berkes. 2001. Contributions of traditional knowledge to understanding climate change in the Canadian Arctic. Polar Record 37(203):315–328. 2001 tribe, indigenous Link
Riedlinger, Dyanna. 2001. Responding to climate change in northern communities: impacts and adaptations. Arctic 54(1):96–98/ 2001 tribe, indigenous Link
Sila Alangotok. 2001. Inuit Observations on Climate Change. Winnipeg, International Institute of Sustainable Development. 2001 tribe, indigenous, Inuit knowledge Arctic Link
Whitehorse Declaration. 2001. Whitehorse Declaration on Northern Climate Change. Proceedings of climate change in the Circumpolar North: Summit and Sustainable technology Exposition, 19–21 March 2001, Whitehorse. 2001 Climate change, Adaptation, tribe, indigenous, knowledge Arctic Link
Ashford, G. and J. Castelden. 2001. Inuit observations on climate change. Final Report. International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD). Winnipeg. 2001 tribe, indigenous Arctic, Canada, Alaska, Greenland Link
Cruikshank, J. (2001) Glaciers and Climate Change: Perspectives from Oral Tradition. Arctic Journal Vol. 54, No. 4 P. 377– 393 2001 environmental change, exploration narratives, Gulf of Alaska, Little Ice Age, oral tradition, science studies, Traditional Knowledge, Yukon, tribe, indigenous Arctic
Deloria, Jr, V., and D. Wildcat, 2001: Power and Place: Indian Education in America. Fulcrum Publishing, 176 pp.↩ 2001 American Indians, Education, tribe, indigenous United States
Cruikshank, J., 2001. Glaciers and climate change: perspectives from oral tradition. Arctic, pp.377-393. 2001 Southeast Alaska, environmental change, exploration narratives, Gulf of Alaska, Little Ice Age, oral tradition, science studies, traditional knowledge, Yukon, theory, western science, Indigenous sciences, glacier, social change, TEK, policy Alaska Link
Fenge, T. 2001. Inuit and climate change. Isuma 2(4):79–85. 2001 tribe, indigenous
Houser S, Teller V, MacCracken M, Gough R, Spears P (2001) Chapter 12: Potential consequences of climate variability and change for native peoples and homelands. In: Climate change impacts on the United States: the potential consequences of climate variability and change. National Assessment Synthesis Team, Cambridge University Press, UK. 2001 Climate change, indigenous, homelands, Adaptation, tribe United States Link
Hoxie, F. E., 2001: A Final Promise: The Campaign to Assimilate the Indians, 1880-1920. University of Nebraska Press.↩ 2001 Assimilation, tribe, indigenous United States
Cernea, Michael M. 2000 Risks, Safeguards and Reconstruction: A Model for Population Displacement and Resettlement. Economic and Political Weekly 35(41):3659–3678. 2000 Development-induced displacement, Reconstruction, resettlement, refugees, involuntary resettlement, displaced persons, post-conflict reconstruction, destruction of property, landlessness, unemployment, marginalization, Food Security, Hunger, malnutrition, common property, Natural Resources, entitlements, Forced Migration, homelessness, Housing, involuntary resettlement, resettlers, urban infrastructure projects Link
EIA, 2000: Energy Consumption and Renewable Energy Development Potential on Indian Lands. April 2000. SR/CNEAF/2000-01. 68 pp., Energy Information Administration, Office of Coal, Nuclear, Electric and Alternate Fuels, U.S. Department of Energy.↩ 2000 Renewable energy, tribe, indigenous United States
Fox, Shari. 2000. Project documents Inuit knowledge of climate change. Witness the Arctic 8(1):8. 2000 tribe, indigenous, Inuit knowledge Arctic Link
Huntington, Henry P., ed. 2000. Impacts of changes in sea ice and other environmental parameters in the Arctic. Workshop report (Girdwood, Alaska, 15–17 February 2000). Bethesda, MD: Marine Mammal Commission. 2000 tribe, indigenous, native, Traditional Knowledge Arctic, Alaska Link
Penland, Shea, Lynda Wayne, L.D. Britsch, S. Jeffress Williams, Andrew D. Beall, and Victoria Caridas Butterwortk. 2000 Process Classification of Coastal Land Loss between 1932 and 1990 in the Mississippi River Delta Plain, Southeastern Louisiana. Reston, VA: U.S. Geological Survey. 2000 coastal land loss Southeast, United States Link
United Nations. 2000. Special Rapporteur on the right to food. 2000 food justice, accessibility, resource allocation, availability, social justice, human rights International, Global Link
Akers, Donna 1999 Removing the Heart of the Choctaw People: Indian Removal from a Native Perspective. American Indian Culture and Research Journal 23(3):63–76. 1999 Historical Displacement, Choctaw, tribe, indigenous Book chapter
Callaway, Donald (with Joan Eamer, Etok Edwardsen, Carl Jack, Suzanne Marcy, Angie Olrun, Michael Patkoak, Delbert Rexford, and Alex Whiting). 1999. Effects of climate change on subsistence communities in Alaska. In: Assessing the Consequences of Climate Change for Alaska and the Bering Sea Region. Proceedings of a workshop (29–30 October 1998). Weller, Gunther, and Patricia A. Anderson, eds. Fairbanks: University of Alaska Fairbanks, pp.59–74. 1999 Climate change, Fisheries, subsistence, Alaska, tribe, indigenous Alaska, Bering Sea Link
Deloria, Jr., V., and R. J. DeMallie, 1999: Documents of American Indian Diplomacy: Treaties, Agreements, and Conventions, 1775-1979. University of Oklahoma Press.↩ 1999 Treaties, American Indians, Treaty making, Law, History, tribe, indigenous United States
Weller, Gunther, and Patricia A. Anderson, eds. 1999. Assessing the Consequences of Climate Change for Alaska and the Bering Sea Region. Proceedings of a workshop (29–30 October 1998). Fairbanks: University of Alaska Fairbanks. 1999 tribe, indigenous Alaska, Bering Sea, Arctic Link
Chatters, James H. 1998. Environment. In Handbook of North American Indians. Vol. 12. Plateau. D. E. Walker, ed. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution, pp. 29–48. 1998 Enviroment, tribe, indigenous
Gibson, Marjie Anna, and Sallie B. Schullinger. 1998. Answers from the Ice Edge. The consequences of climate change on life in the Bering and Chukchi Seas. Report prepared for the Greenpeace USA. Washington, DC. 1998 Climate change, tribe, indigenous, Adaptation, knowledge Alaska, Bering Sea, Arctic Link
Merideth, R., D. Liverman, R. Bales, and M. Patterson, 1998: Climate variability and change in the southwest: Impacts, information needs, and issues for policymaking. Final report. Southwest Regional Climate Change Symposium and Workshop,. URL ↩ 1998 Climate change Southwest
Barry, John M. 1997 Rising Tide: the Great Mississippi Flood of 1927 and How it Changed America. New York: Simon and Schuster. 1997 flood, politics, race Southeast, United States Link
BESIS 1997. The impacts of global climate change in the Bering Sea region. An assessment conducted by the International Arctic Science Committee under its Bering Sea impacts study (BESIS). Fairbanks: University of Alaska Fairbanks, BESIS Project Office, 45 pp. 1997 Climate change, Adaptation, indigenous, tribe, knowledge, native Bering Sea, Alaska, Arctic Link
Bielawski, E. 1997. Aboriginal participation in global change research in the Northwest Territories of Canada. In Global Change and Arctic Terrestrial Ecosystems. W.C. Oechel, T. Callaghan, T. Gilmanov, J.I. Holten, B. Maxwell, U. Molau, and B. Sveinbhornsson, eds. New York: Springer, pp. 475–483. 1997 tribe, indigenous, Traditional Knowledge Canada Link
d’Errico, P., 1997: American Indian Sovereignty: Now You See It, Now You Don’t. Presented as the Inaugural Lecture in the American Indian Civics Project, Humboldt State University, October 24, 1997. URL ↩ 1997 Sovereignty, tribe, indigenous United States Link
McDonald, M., L. Arragutainaq, and Z. Novalinga, comps. 1997. Voices from the Bay: Traditional Ecological Knowledge of Inuit and Cree in the Hudson Bay Bioregion. Ottawa, Ontario: Canadian Arctic Resources Committee. 1997 tribe, indigenous, Traditional Knowledge Canada, Arctic Link
Turner, R.E. (1997) Wetland Loss in the Northern Gulf Of Mexico: Multiple Working Hypotheses. 1997 Link