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Many Tribes, Many Climate Change Initiatives
This figure appears in chapter 12 of the Climate Change Impacts in the United States: The Third National Climate Assessment report.
From developing biomass energy projects on the Quinault Indian Nation in Washington and tribal and intertribal wind projects in the Great Plains,532491e1-f2cd-4654-a9f4-22f5872205c4 to energy efficiency improvement efforts on the Cherokee Indian Reservation in North Carolina and the sustainable community designs being pursued on the Lakota reservations in the Dakotas (see also Ch. 19: Great Plains),a9f167ff-386e-4a78-a2e8-2564198dde24 tribes are investigating ways to reduce future climate changes. The map shows only those initiatives by federally recognized tribes that are funded through the Department of Energy. (Figure source: U.S. Department of Energy 20111f549c73-344e-4543-990b-679a4cec7af3).
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This figure was created on March 21, 2014.
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webpage Tribal Energy Program: Projects on Tribal Lands
- Tribal Energy Program: Financial Assistance and Project Management (1f549c73)
- Wind and Hydropower Feasibility Study, Final Report. For Section 2606 of the Energy Policy Act of 1992, as amended by Section 503(a) of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (532491e1)
- webpage Oglala Lakota Plan (a9f167ff)
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