PNW Tribal Climate Change Network

Established in 2009, the PNW Tribal Climate Change Network fosters communication between tribes, agencies, and other entities about climate change policies, programs, and research needs pertaining to tribes and climate change. The Network meets via conference call on the third Wednesday of each month. The Network provides regular input into ongoing research, resource development and general efforts of the Tribal Climate Change Project. Participants in the Network have cited a critical need for coordination and collaboration between agencies and organizations to meet the needs tribes have in accessing climate change resources and information. To join the Network email list, email Kathy Lynn at

2019 Schedule of Conference Calls: All calls are held at 10:00 am Pacific
• February 20, 2019
• March 20, 2019
• April 17, 2019
• May 15, 2019
• June 12, 2019
• July 17, 2019
• August 21, 2019
• September 18, 2019
• November 20, 2019
• December 18, 2019


      – Chapter 15: Tribes and Indigenous Peoples (Kyle Whyte, Michigan State University)
      – Chapter 24: Northwest (Gabrielle Roesch-McNalley, Northwest Climate Hub)
       – PNW Drought Update – Britt Parker and Nick Bond
    – Nooksack Tribe Presentation (Oliver Grah)

For more information on the Tribal Climate Change Network and participating tribes and organizations, email

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