ID:

278

Title:

Tribal Climate Change Efforts in Arizona and New Mexico

Date:

Tribe:

State:

2010

Ak-Chin , Cochiti Pueblo , Cocopah , Colorado River Indian Tribe , Fort McDowell Yavapai , Fort Mojave Indian Tribe , Gila River Indian Community , Havasupai , Hopi , Hualapai , Isleta Pueblo , Jicarilla Apache , Kaibab-Paiute , Kewa Pueblo , Laguna Pueblo , Mescalero Apache , Nambe Pueblo , Navajo Nation , Ohkay Owingeh , Pascua Yaqui , Picuris Pueblo , Pojoaque Pueblo , Pueblo Jemez , Pueblo of Acoma , Pueblo of Santa Clara , Pueblo of Tesuque NM , Quechan Tribe of the Fort Yuma , Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community , San Carlos Apache , San Felipe Pueblo , San Ildefonso Pueblo , San Juan Southern Paiute , Sandia Pueblo , Santa Ana Pueblo , Taos Pueblo , Tohono Oodham Nation of Arizona , Tonto Apache , Ute Mountain Ute , White Mountain Apache , Yavapai-Apache , Yavapai-Prescott , Zia Pueblo , Zuni Pueblo

AZ, NM

Type:

Other , Report

Climate Impacts:

Social Impacts:

Strategies:

Link:

drought , flood , invasive species , snowpack , water quality , wildfire

cultural identity , culturally significant animal species , economy , food security , infrastructure failure

Community Garden , Energy-efficient buildings (private and housing) , Greenhouse Gas Reduction , Intertribal Collaboration , Renewable Energy Program , Tribal Technical Capacities

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