Climate Change: Insights from Indigenous Peoples

May 11, 2022 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm America/Los Angeles Timezone
Climate Change: Insights from Indigenous Peoples

ACS invites a panel of climate change and policy experts to describe the many ways that climate change is already impacting Indigenous Peoples, how they are adapting to survive, and what you can do to advocate for climate change policies.

Speakers: Nikki Cooley, The Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals / Oliver Moles, U.S. Department of Education Research Office (Retired) / Mary Sabuda, ACS Office of the Secretary and General Counsel
Dorothy Phillips, ACS Board of Directors

What You Will Learn:

  • How climate change is impacting Indigenous Peoples in the United States
  • The resilience and adaptation strategies Indigenous Peoples are applying within their communities
  • How to advocate for policy and legislative change as related to climate change in the United States

Co-produced with: ACS Policy and American Association for the Advancement of Science