Each of these sample adaptation plans has a different focus:
- Subsistence (Tlingit and Haida)
- Culture (Oscarville)
- Infrastructure (Shaktoolik)
- Community health (Nome)
These plans are based on conversations, vulnerability assessments, monitoring, mitigation, and decisions about the focus of adaptation for a community.
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Works to organize tribal and community leaders, regional organizations, individuals, researchers and public resource managers to develop practical adaptation strategies.
|Nome Tribal Climate Adaptation Plan|
Project goals were to familiarize tribal members with climate science and local knowledge, provide an opportunity to identify and discuss climate impacts and adaptation strategies, develop a plan, and share information with other rural Alaska and Native communities.
|Oscarville Tribal Climate Adaptation Plan|
Utilizes the traditional wisdom of the Yup’ik people and infuses the Western science and research into a new space for value-based decision making for adaptation.
|Shaktoolik Adaptation Plan|
An adaptation plan to support the community’s decision to “defend in place.”
|Tlingit & Haida Adaptation Plan|
A road map for prioritizing, monitoring, and responding to climate threats to important subsistence and cultural resources.