This advanced training from the Tribal Climate Health Project is for Tribal-serving practitioners, including environmental and health professionals, who have gained some level of transferable, real-world climate and health knowledge and experience through their work with Tribes. This training is open to Tribes and Tribal-serving professionals throughout the United States who work within the intersections of climate change, health, and community well-being.
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At this webinar, we will share the results of recent BIA-funded work aimed at making it easier for tribes to access useful data to inform decisions about climate and health resilience. Attendees will be introduced to tools to support efficient fact-finding for their vulnerability assessment efforts, including a simple protocol for requesting data on climate-relevant indicators from our project partners at the California Tribal Epidemiology Center.
The interactive three-part Tribal Wellbeing Adaptation Webinar Mini-Series will help arm tribal-serving professionals with knowledge and skills to build psychosocial, emotional, and spiritual resilience in tribal communities before the next wildfire, flood, or other emergency hits. Join peers and expert speakers to discuss emerging research, innovative perspectives, and actionable strategies.
Below are the previous webinars hosted by the Pala Band of Mission Indian’s Tribal Climate Health Project.