Webinars, Articles, Videos & Projects
A collection of resources gathered for management of and planning for a changing climate.
COP 21- Indigenous Peoples and Cultural Heritage Efforts
Information on a summit discussing sea level rise on Florida’s archaeological & cultural resources. (On page 7)
Project funded by the Southest CASC and USGS. Project found here.
Website: Indigenous Education Institute
Report from Europe.
A report from Union of Concerned Scientists on the impacts of sea level rise and wildfires threatening historic landmarks.
New tool developed to assess climate vulnerabilities.
Indigenous communities are most vulnerable to a changing climate, but solutions could be found locally.
This is a resource for tribes, agencies, and organizations across the U.S. interested in understanding TKs in the context of climate change.
Completed from Glacier National Park in Montana, this project is a collection of protocols from tribal experts.
Information on how archaeological sites are threatened by various climate change factors and addresses need for cultural resource management.
The Climate Heritage Network presents the best in culture-based climate action from CHN member organizations and partners around the world.
The website is dedicated to highlighting cultural landscapes in the U.S. that are threatened by a changing climate.
An online resource portal containing thematic resources including examples of best practices, relevant policies and guidance, and case studies of stories from around the world.
Documents related to Cultural Resources
Hazard mitigation planning is the process of determining how to reduce or eliminate the loss of life and property damage from either natural disasters or those created by human beings.
As the climate continues to change, rising sea-levels from melting glaciers is a concern, threatening the human population worldwide. But with preparation and understanding of this reality, steps can be made to adapt.
Native Films on Climate Change
The following videos are part of a South Central CASC funded project, which capture tribal observations and understanding of a changing climate.
These videos are additional Native films on climate change: