Dartmouth Climate Institute hosts tribal sustainability panel

Jul 12th, 2014 | By | Category: Climate Change

Aiming to spread awareness of the tribal sustainability partnerships that emerged following the November Indigenous Peoples Working Group meeting at Dartmouth, students and research fellows presented findings at a Thursday panel on tribal sustainability and Arctic protection initiatives.

Dartmouth’s Climate Institute has since overseen six of these partnerships designed to address environmental issues and promote sustainability, said Ethan Forauer, the summer coordinator for the Center for Environmental Leadership Training. The center operates as the educational branch of the Climate Institute.

The Institute works closely with Native and Indigenous peoples throughout the U.S. and the world and utilizes Dartmouth’s strong Native community to stay on top of cutting-edge research, said John Topping Jr. ’64, the co-founder and president of the Climate Institute.

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