US Government Provides "Climate Change Liaisons" to help Native American Tribes Adapt

The Department of Interior is spending $1.2 million on “climate change liaisons” for Native American tribes.

The agency issued a grant opportunity this month announcing its intentions to hire five to seven people to address “tribal climate change science needs” through a Bureau of Indian Affairs program.

The liaisons will provide “functional expertise in areas that are or may be affected by climate change.”

Rennett Stowe


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