U.S. EPA webinar: Tribal Approaches to Address the Changing Climate
On December 11, 2012, U.S. EPA's Office of Atmospheric Programs hosted a webinar, “Tribal Approaches to Address the Changing Climate,” to showcase tribes that are implementing energy conservation, materials recycling, and adaptation programs. View the files below to:
- Learn how Gila River Indian Community and Choctaw Nation are reducing greenhouse gas emissions through recycling and energy efficiency audits.
- Learn how the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin is integrating climate change considerations into its decision-making and water management programs.
- Learn about resources and funding ideas to design and implement climate change programs that may be right for your tribe.
Part 1: Introduction | Neelam Patel, U.S. EPA(5:22, 2.5M)
Part 2: Welcome | Beth Craig, U.S. EPA
Part 3: Tribes and Climate Change | Anne Marie Chischilly, ITEP
Part 4: Benefits of Addressing the Causes of Climate Change | Neelam Patel, U.S. EPA
Part 5: Gila River Indian Community Recycling Initiative | Sky Dawn Reed, Gila River Indian Community
Part 6: Choctaw Nation—HELP (Healthy Energy Living Project) | Tracy Horst, Choctaw Nation
Part 7: Opportunities for Tribal Engagement in Climate Change Policies and Programs | Kathy Lynn, University of Oregon and Garrit Voggesser, National Wildlife Federation
Part 8: Tribal Approaches to Adapt to Climate Change Impacts | Lesley Jantarasami, U.S. EPA
Part 9: A Climate Change Focused Organization | Jeff Mears, Oneida Nation of Wisconsin
Part 10: Q and A Session