Learning Network Resources

The Alaska Tribal Resilience Learning Network Resource Page is a single location to access previous Learning Network Information Session recordings. On this page, we highlight several tools, references, and links that are useful for Alaska tribes and Indigenous communities working on climate change adaptation.

Tools and reports

Building Resilience Today Training Series

The goal of the Looking Forward, Looking Back: Building Resilience Today workshop was to provide Alaska Tribal communities who are experiencing climate change with the information, support, and climate science to plan and adapt for uncertain futures.

The workshop was hosted by AK CASC and the Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association. Five Tribes participated in two trainings and held local workshops that aimed to help these partnering communities craft sections of a climate adaptation plan.

Training Reports

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The BRT training reports provide an overview of the objectives, design, and content of two trainings held during the BRT project.

Training Report One
Training Report Two

 

Community Reports

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St. Michael Report
Kwigillingok Report

Illiamna Report- In Progress
Quinhagak Report - In Progress

Tribal Climate Adaptation Guidebook
SNAP Tools

Learning Network webinars

Highlighting examples of what the Tribal Resilience Program, (TRP) has funded in the past

In this session, panelists shared their projects and planning approaches for addressing climate change utilizing the Tribal Resilience Program funding opportunity.

Presenters: Philomena Keyes (Kotlik Tribal Resilience Coordinator), Raymond Paddock (Tlingit & Haida Environmental Coordinator)

Related Documents & Links
Introduction to the Tribal Resilience Learning Network Slides
Kotlik Presentation (Philomena Keyes)
Tlingit & Haida Presentation (Raymond Paddock)
Tlingit & Haida Climate Change Adaptation Plan
Tlingit & Haida Climate Adaptation Plan Template

Language in Climate Change Planning

In this session, panelists discuss terms used in climate change adaptation planning that will be helpful when preparing a TRP proposal.

Presenters: Jerilyn Kelly (Mayor of Quinhagak), Nikki Cooley (Diné, Co-Manager Tribes and Climate Change Program), Kristin Timm (Social Scientist, Alaska Climate Adaptation Science
Center)

Related Documents & Links
Language in Climate Change Planning Introduction Slides
Language in Climate Change Planning Presenter Slides

Understanding the Difference Between a Desktop Report, Vulnerability Assessment, and Risk Assessment

In the last Pre-TRP Application session, panelists provided overviews and examples of desktop reports, vulnerability assessments, and risk assessments and discuss how these documents are used in the climate adaptation planning process.

Presenters: AlexAnna Salmon (Igiugig Village Council), Nancy Fresco (Scenarios Network for Alaska & Arctic Planning), Jeremy Littell (USGS/ Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center), Jacquelyn Overbeck (Alaska Division of Geological & Geographic Surveys Coastal Hazards Program)

Related Documents & Links
Understanding Adaptation Planning Documents Introduction Slides
Vulnerability Assessment Slides
Igiugig Desktop Report Slides
Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Slides
Igiugig Climate Change Assessment
Community flooding, erosion, and permafrost risk assessment status