Adapting to Climate Change—Insights from Indigenous Peoples


We are already feeling the effects of climate change, but as severe weather, extreme temperatures, drought, and other events become commonplace, it will be vulnerable communities like those of many Indigenous Peoples that will be most impacted.

Join a panel of climate change and policy experts who will describe the many ways that climate change is already impacting Indigenous Peoples and how they are drawing on their unique history and culture to adapt and survive. Register now to hear their stories and discover ACS and AAAS resources to advocate on climate change policies.

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What You Will Learn

  • How climate change is impacting Indigenous Peoples in the United States
  • The resilience and adaptation strategies Indigenous Peoples are applying within their communities
  • How to advocate for policy and legislative change as related to climate change in the United States

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Meet the Experts  

Nikki Cooley
Co-Manager, Tribes and Climate Change,
The Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals

Oliver Moles
Retired,
U.S. Department of Education Research Office

Mary Sabuda
Science Policy Fellow,
American Chemical Society 

Dorothy Phillips
Director-at-Large,
ACS Board of Directors

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