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SC CSC Attends Tribal Engagement Events


05/19/2014


Staff from the South Central Climate Science Center (SC CSC) recently attended two Tribal-related events. The events aimed to provide an opportunity for Tribes to gather and collaborate with environmental professionals from government agencies and other organizations.

Staff from both the North Central and South Central CSCs attended the National Tribal Forum (NTF) on Air Quality, hosted by the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community, held May 13-15 in Anacortes, WA. The NTF is a cooperative endeavor co-sponsored by the Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals (ITEP) and the National Tribal Air Association (NTAA). The purpose of the NTF is to provide environmental professionals from tribes, EPA, and other organizations an opportunity to meet and discuss current policies, regulatory initiatives, funding, and technical topics in air quality. 

The SC CSC Sustainability Scientist and Tribal Liaison, April Taylor, presented at the 2014 Tribal Self-Governance Consultation Conference. This conference provides a forum and opportunity for Tribes to gather and communicate collective concerns and experiences, share in strategies, forge new relationships, and work to improve tomorrow for the next seven generations. The Self Governance Communication & Education Tribal Consortium (SGCETC), Department of the Interior (DOI) and the Indian Health Service (IHS) hosted this year’s event on May 4-8 in Arlington, VA. The conference theme was “Self Governance – Nations with Choices and Voices”. April's presentation was titled, "Climate Change Science and Impacts to Tribes."