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   dcterms:title "PHOTO: Social Cohesion"^^xsd:string;
   gcis:hasCaption "Social cohesion and social networks can help communities adapt to changing climate conditions. One example is the [Pacific Northwest Tribal Climate Change Network]( 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]( 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."^^xsd:string;
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