Tribal Environmental Professionals Examine Climate Impacts On Indigenous People
The effects of climate change on indigenous people is well-demonstrated in our region.
The warm waters in streams can kill tons of salmon, either directly or through disease, cutting the people of tribes--in the lower Klamath River country, for example--from a focus of food and culture.
Ann Marie Chischilly is the overall director of the institute, Karen Cozzetto is the co-manager of the unit focused on Tribes and Climate Change. They visit with details on the report.