Managing cultural services and lands under the impacts of climate change poses a grand challenge to managers who are entrusted to preserve a variety of resources for the education, enjoyment, and livelihood of future generations.
The NE CASC Consortium represents tribal interests and is committed to working with the tribal community to build awareness, increase education, and develop research networks to improve the understanding of how climate change impacts tribes, TEK, and the natural resources they depend on, while preserving and respecting their sacred and intellectual properties.
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Tribal Resilience, Applied Research and Outreach, Cross-cultural and Cross-disciplinary Communication
Phenology, Adaptation and Conservation Strategies, Aquatic and Marine Species Vulnerability and Adaptive Capacity