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ID:

299

Title:

Climate Change and our Natural Resources: A Report from the Treaty Tribes in Western Washington

Date:

Tribe:

State:

2016

Hoh Indian Tribe , Jamestown SKlallam Tribe , Lower Elwha Klallam , Lummi Tribe of the Lummi Reservation , Makah Indian Tribe of the Makah Indian Reservation , Muckleshoot Indian Tribe , Nisqually , Nooksack , Port Gamble SKlallam Tribe , Puyallup Tribe of the Puyallup Reservation , Quileute Tribe of the Quileute Reservation , Quinault Indian Nation , Sauk-Suiattle Indian Tribe , Skokomish , Squaxin , Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians , Suquamish , Swinomish , Tulalip Tribes of Washington , Upper Skagit Indian Tribe

WA

Type:

Adaption Plan , Plans

Climate Impacts:

Social Impacts:

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Link:

flood , ocean acidification , sea level , snowpack , water temperature , wildfire

cultural identity , culturally significant animal species , culturally significant plant species , culturally significant sites , food security , infrastructure failure , sovereignty , vector-borne diseases

Community education , Elders , Greenhouse Gas Reduction , Inclusion of Cultural Stories , Inclusion of Other Tribes Research , Intertribal Collaboration , Public Health , Renewable Energy Program , Subsistence culture , Traditional Ecological Knowledge , Youth