The Tribal Climate Health Project team will be presenting at the National Adaptation Forum in Madison, Wisconsin on Wednesday, April 24 at 8:00am. Our topic is: How to Incorporate Human Health Exposures, Impacts, and Strategies into Adaptation Planning for Tribal Communities. We hope you will join us for an interactive workshop focused on how to protect health and wellness in tribal communities.
Concepts introduced in this session will be included with more information and hands-on support in a two-day workshop on Tribal Climate and Health Adaptation Workshop hosted by the Pala Band of Mission Indians (northern San Diego) on June 5-6th. This training opportunity will be helpful to tribal-serving practitioners with a role in developing and implementing tribal community climate change, health, and/or environmental protection initiatives. Registration is now open and stipends are available.
Our session is one of many sessions at the National Adaptation Forum that is relevant to tribes. Please see the Tribal Track compiled by Kathy Lynn (Pacific Northwest Climate Change Network) and Rachel Novak (Bureau of Indian Affairs).
We are eager to meet those of you that are going to be at the National Adaptation Forum. If you’d like to connect, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.