Climate Ready Tribes - Resources

NIHB has included various resources below which may be relevant to Tribal climate health. To suggest a resource for this list, please email [email protected].

Also be sure to check out our events page to learn more about exciting, upcoming opportunities and resources including:

  • The Environmental Health and Climate Change Track at the National Tribal Public Health Summit
  • Scholarship opportunities for Environmental Health and Climate Change Track presenters
  • How to join the new NIHB Climate and Health learning community
  • How to share your climate and health work

The categories on this page contain resources which may be relevant to Tribal public health and climate change.


Funding Opportunities

Travel Scholarships for Environmental Health & Climate Change Track Presenters at the 11th Annual National Tribal Public Health Summit

NIHB is pleased to offer a limited number of travel scholarships for presenters on the Environmental Health & Climate Change Track to attend the Tribal Public Health Summit in Omaha. The scholarship request form contains detailed information about the scholarship opportunity. Download the scholarship request form to learn more or apply.


NIHB Mini-Award for Climate and Health Communication

The The National Indian Health Board (NIHB), with support from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), is pleased to announce a call for applications for a Climate Ready Tribes (CRT) Initiative Mini-Award for Climate and Health Communication. This opportunity is designed to fund up to three (3) American Indian and Alaska Native Tribes to conduct low-cost, local work related to Tribal climate health. Each funded Tribe will receive up to $5000.

In previous years, NIHB has asked CRT awardees to develop unique workplans as part of the application process. However, this cycle of mini-award funding is designed to better accommodate Tribes needing assistance with determining how to start climate and health work and/or with the application process. This application does not ask awardees to determine project activities. Instead, NIHB will provide support through a structured program and funded Tribes will participate in cohort activities with other funded Tribes.

Need more information? Details are available in the application linked below.
Download the application!

NIHB also hosted a pre-application webinar on Thursday, October 17 to answer questions about the award and the application process. View the webinar slides. You may also contact [email protected] with questions.


Additional Funding Opportunities

For additional funding opportunities, please view NIHB’s "Funding & Opportunities" page here. This page includes all funding and opportunities that NIHB shares, not just those related to climate health. If you would like to receive funding opportunities in your email each week, you can sign up for the Climate and Health Learning Community here. Community members receive the public health broadcast weekly and other climate-specific mailings.


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NIHB Resources

Webinars Project Resources from Sitka Tribe of Alaska Fact Sheets from Pala Band of Mission Indians Project Resources from Lummi Nation Climate Change and Human Health Brochures from Kaw Nation Climate Ready Tribes Initiative Fact Sheet
Articles Tribal Climate Champions Spotlights

Websites and General External Resources


Climate Change Reports


Media

Audio

Video


External Webinars


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NIHB Contact:

Carolyn Angus-Hornbuckle, JD
Director of Public Health Policy and Programs

National Indian Health Board
910 Pennsylvania Ave, SE
Washington, DC 20003
Phone: 202-507-4089
[email protected]

 

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