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PHOTO: Social Cohesion

Figure 24.14

Adaptation International LLC, Seventh Generation LLC, University of Oregon
Kathy Lynn, Alexander Sascha Petersen, Peggy Harris

This figure appears in chapter 24 of the Impacts, Risks, and Adaptation in the United States: The Fourth National Climate Assessment, Volume II report.

Social cohesion and social networks can help communities adapt to changing climate conditions. One example is the [Pacific Northwest Tribal Climate Change Network](https://tribalclimate.uoregon.edu). The Network provides a forum for tribes to work together and with universities, federal agencies, and private and nonprofit organizations to share information, strengthen connections, and build resilience through events such as the 2017 [Tribes and First Nations Climate Summit](http://atnitribes.org/climatechange/events/) hosted by the Tulalip Tribes and co-sponsored by the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians, the North Pacific Landscape Conservation Cooperative, and the Pacific Northwest Tribal Climate Change Project. Photo credit: Peggy Harris, Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians.

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