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Indigenous Peoples Climate Initiatives and Plans

Figure 15.1

Bureau of Indian Affairs
Rachael Novak

This figure appears in chapter 15 of the Impacts, Risks, and Adaptation in the United States: The Fourth National Climate Assessment, Volume II report.

Many Indigenous peoples are taking steps to adapt to climate change impacts. You can use the interactive version of this map available at to search by activity type, region, and sector and to find more information and links to each project. To provide feedback and add new projects for inclusion in the database, see: Thus far, tribal entities in the Northwest have the highest concentration of climate activities (Ch. 24: Northwest). For other case studies of tribal adaptation activities, see both the Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals’ Tribal Profiles,d3ebe118-8e13-4c66-af22-b50a8a707360 and Tribal Case Studies within the U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit. aef9a0ac-5050-4f22-8006-45bc1981fba1,102c643a-31f7-4881-b0cb-74335c20bf6f Source: Bureau of Indian Affairs.

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