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Climate Change Priorities - Tribal Youth & Climate

The Department of the Interior (DOI) is holding three virtual listening sessions focused on climate change priorities of Tribal Nations and will help shape relevant DOI efforts.

  • The first session is focused on Tribal Youth and Climate, and is open to Tribal middle school, high school, and college students. This session is an opportunity to voice the next generation's concerns, priorities, and experiences.

This session is open to Tribal middle school, high school, and college students. This is an opportunity to voice your concerns, priorities, and experience to help shape policies and programs that promote and advance Tribal climate resilience. Come join us in this interactive session!

  • How is climate change impacting your Tribal nation and / or your community?
  • How can you help connect people of all generations to work together to solve community problems with honor & respect for the land and environment?
  • What types of projects would make a difference in your Tribal community to help with the climate change impacts that are affecting your community? What areas of expertise does your community need to accomplish those projects?

Consultation Materials


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    Session 1

    Listening session Online


    • Start and End Date(s)
      Start and End Date(s): Wed, Oct 13, 2021
    • Time
      Time: 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM Eastern (EST)

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