Indigenous Climate Justice Teaching Materials & Advanced Bibliography
This page has 2 resources on it. The first involves some introductory writings and reviews on Indigenous peoples and climate justice, mainly by myself or people I work with or know. The second involves an advanced bibliography of every source I know about published on the broad topic of Indigenous peoples and climate change, with links included. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have sources that should be added to the advanced bibliography that are related broadly to Indigenous peoples and climate change. Special thanks to students Carson Viles (Oregon), Kathryn Norton-Smith (Oregon) and Sophia Pavlos (Michigan State), whose work as part of some of the projects below created the initial list of bibliographic resources. [Photo from Newsweek]
Indigenous Climate Justice Issues
Red Alert!: Saving the Planet with Indigenous Knowledge (Dan Wildcat)
Indigenizing the Anthropocene (Zoe Todd)
Resources & Links on Indigenous Rights and Climate Change (Indigenous Climate Action)
The Mystic Lake Declaration (Native Peoples, Native Homelands Workshop)
Mandaluyong Declaration of the Global Conference on Indigenous Women, Climate Change and REDD+ (Global Conference on Indigenous Women, Climate Change and REDD+)
Vulnerability and Climate Change (and in relation to human rights)
Indigenous Peoples, Lands, and Resources (National Climate Assessment)
Climate and Health Assessment: Populations of Concern (National Climate Assessment)
Climate Change and the Right to Health (International Indian Treaty Council)
Arctic Climate Impact Assessment (Arctic Council and the International Arctic Science Committee)
Resources & Links on Indigenous Rights and Climate Change (Indigenous Climate Action)
Indigenous Knowledge and Ethics of Knowledge Exchange
The Ethics of Traditional Knowledge Exchange in Climate Change Initiatives (Climate and Traditional Knowledges Workgroup)
Guidelines for Considering Traditional Knowledges in Climate Change Initiatives (Climate and Traditional Knowledges Workgroup)
Annotated bibliography of sources on climate change and Indigenous knowledge (2015, last update)
Organized by year published. Send me any pieces that should be part of this (email@example.com). Several sources are not overtly "climate change" related but are cited as supporting materials in some of the above reports.
Altieri, M.A. & Nicholls, C.I. 2017. The adaptation and mitigation potential of traditional agriculture in a changing climate Climatic Change. 140: 33. Find here.
Berrueta, V.M., Serrano-Medrano, M., García-Bustamante, C. et al. 2017. Promoting sustainable local development of rural communities and mitigating climate change: the case of Mexico’s Patsari improved cookstove project. Climatic Change. 140: 63. Find here.
Carmichael, B., Wilson, G., Namarnyilk, I. et al. 2017. Local and Indigenous management of climate change risks to archaeological sites. Mitig Adapt Strateg Glob Change. Find here.
Gabriel, A. and Mangahas, T. 2017. Indigenous People’s Contribution to the Mitigation of Climate Variation, Their Perception, and Organizing Strategy for Sustainable Community Based Forest Resources Management in Caraballo Mountain, Philippines. Open Journal of Ecology, 7, 85-100. doi: 10.4236/oje.2017.72007. Find here.
Ramos-Castillo, A., Castellanos, E.J. & Galloway McLean, K. 2017. Indigenous peoples, local communities and climate change mitigation. Climatic Change. 140: 1. Find here.
Schulz, Karsten. 2017. "Decolonising the Anthropocene: The Mytho-Politics of Human Mastery." Journal of Political Ecology.
Watt-Cloutier, Sheila. 2017. The Right to Be Cold One Woman's Story of Protecting Her Culture, the Arctic and the Whole Planet. Penguin Canada. Find here.
Whyte, Kyle. 2017. Indigenous Climate Change Studies: Indigenizing Futures, Decolonizing the Anthropocene. English Language Notes, Forthcoming. Find here.
Bachman, Ronet; Heather Zaykowski, Rachel Kallmyer, Margarita Poteyeva, and Christine Lanier. 19 January 2016. Violence against American Indian and Alaska Native women and the criminal justice response: what is known. Unpublished report. Online with: U.S. Department of Justice. Find here.
Bigelow, Bill and Dankbar, Hannah (2016) "Climate Change, Education, and Social Justice: A Conversation with Bill Bigelow," Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis: Vol. 5 : Iss. 2 , Article 4. Find here.
Bronen, Robin. 2016. Climate displacement: preparation and planning. In: Leckie, S.; Huggins, C., eds. Repairing domestic climate displacement: the peninsula principles. New York: Taylor and Francis: 89–110. Find here.
Dhillon, Jaskiran and Nick Estes. December 22, 2016. “Standing Rock, #NoDAPL, and Mni Wiconi," Hot Spots, Cultural Anthropology. Find here.
Fiskio, Janet. 2016. "Dancing at the End of the World: The Poetics of the Body in Indigenous Protest," in Ecocriticism and Indigenous Studies: Conversations from Earth to Cosmos, ed. Salma Monani and Joni Adamson. Find here.
Ford, James, Maillet, M., Pouliot, V. et al. Climatic Change. 2016. 139: 429. doi:10.1007/s10584-016-1820-0. Find here.
Gross, Lawrence W. 2014. Anishinaabe Ways of Knowing and Being. Burlington, vt: Ashgate, 2014. isbn 978-1-4724-1734-3. 316pp. Find here.
Hansen, Terry. 5 February 2016. Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw Get $48 Million to Move Off of Disappearing Louisiana Island. Indian Country Media Network. Find here.
Jegede, Ademola Oluborode. 2016. The climate change regulatory framework and indigenous peoples’ lands in Africa: Human rights implications. Department of Public and International Law, University of Venda, South Africa. Find here.
Peterson, Kristina J. and Julie K. Maldonado. 2016. “When Adaptation is Not Enough: Between Now and Then of Community-led Resettlement.” In Anthropology and Climate Change, 2nd edition. Susan Crate and Mark Nuttall. Find here.
Mistry, Jayalaxshmi and Andrea Berardi. 2016. Bridging indigenous and scientific knowledge. Science: Vol. 352, Issue 6291, pp. 1274-1275. Find here.
Norton-Smith, K. et al., "Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples: A Synthesis of Current Impacts and Experiences," in General Technical Report (Portland, OR, USA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, 2016). Find here.
Race, Digby, Supriya Mathew, Matthew Campbell, Karl Hampton. 2016. Are Australian Aboriginal Communities Adapting to a Warmer Climate? A Study of Communities Living in Semi-Arid Australia. Journal of Sustainable Development. Find here.
Race, Digby, Mathew, S., Campbell, M. et al. 2016. Understanding climate adaptation investments for communities living in desert Australia: experiences of indigenous communities. Climatic Change 139: 461. Find here.
Reyes-García, V., Fernández-Llamazares, Á., Guèze, M., Garcés, A., Mallo, M., Vila-Gómez, M. and Vilaseca, M. 2016. Local indicators of climate change: the potential contribution of local knowledge to climate research. WIREs Clim Change, 7: 109–124. Find here.
Shepherd, Sara. 2016. “Conference at Haskell Explores How Climate Change Affects American Indians” Lawrence Journal- World. Find here.
Stuhl, Andrew. 2016. Unfreezing the Arctic: Science, Colonialism, and the Transformation of Inuit Lands. Chicago, IL, USA: University of Chicago Press. Find here.
Undermined promise II. National Wildlife Federation, the Natural Resource Defense Council, and Western Organization of Resource Councils. Find here.
Whyte, Kyle. 2016. “Indigenous peoples, climate change loss and damage, and
the responsibility of settler states.” East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University. Find here.
Armitage, Peter and Stephen Kilburn. 2015. Conduct of traditional knowledge research—a reference guide. Whitehorse, YT: Wildlife Management Advisory Council (North Slope). Find here.
Aswani, S., Vaccaro, I., Abernethy, K. et al. 2015. Can Perceptions of Environmental and Climate Change in Island Communities Assist in Adaptation Planning Locally? Environmental Management 56: 1487. Find here.
Beil, Mark S. 2015. Local ecological knowledge and chronic disease in the Fort McDermitt Paiute-Shoshone Tribe. Boise, ID: Boise State University. M.A. thesis. Find here.
Bernton, Hal. July 25, 2015. Snowpack drought has salmon dying in overheated rivers. Seattle Times [Online]. Find here.
Blanchard, Paulette. 2015. "Our Squirrels Will Have Elephant Ears: Indigenous Perspectives on Climate Change in the South Central United States.” University of Oklahoma. Find here.
Brewer, Joseph II and Elizabeth Anne Kronk Warner. 2015. Guarding against exploitation: protecting indigenous knowledge in the age of climate change. Social Science Research Network. Find here.
Bronen, Robin. 2015. Climate-induced community relocations: using integrated social-ecological assessments to foster adaptation and resilience. Ecology and Society. 20(3): 36. Find here.
Bronen, Robin. 2015. The Arctic is speaking truths about climate change. Is anyone listening? The Huffington Post. June 24. Find here.
Brubaker, Mike; Kevin Zweifel, Jennifer Demir, and Anahma Shannon. 2015. Climate change in
the Bering Strait region: observations and lessons from seven communities. Anchorage, AK: Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, Center for Climate and Health. Find here.
Castrodale, Louisa. 2015. Paralytic shellfish poisoning—Alaska, 1993–2014. State of Alaska Epidemiology Bulletin. No. 1. Anchorage, AK: Department of Health and Social Services, Division of Public Health. Find here.
Caufield, Clara. April 16, 2015. Senate field hearing focuses on tribes and coal. Native Sun News. Find here.
Climate and Traditional Knowledges Workgroup. July 31, 2015. "The Ethics of Traditional Knowledge Exchange in Climate Change Initiatives." Earthzine. Find here.
Cuerrier, A., Brunet, N.D., Gérin-Lajoie, J. et al. 2015. The Study of Inuit Knowledge of Climate Change in Nunavik, Quebec: A Mixed Methods Approach. Hum Ecol 43: 379. Find here.
Deer, Sarah. 2015. The Beginning and End of Rape. University of Minnesota Press. Find here.
Fernández-Llamazares, Á., Méndez-López, M.E., Díaz-Reviriego, I. et al. 2015. Links between media communication and local perceptions of climate change in an indigenous society. Climatic Change 131: 307. Find here.
Gruenig, Bob; Kathy Lynn, Garrit Voggesser, and Kyle Whyte. 2015. Tribal climate change principles: responding to federal policies and actions to address climate change. Unpublished report. On file with: Tribal Climate Change Project, University of Oregon. Find here.
Halofsky, Jessica E., David L. Peterson, and Kailey W. Marcinkowski. 2015. Climate change adaptation in United States federal natural resource science and management agencies: a synthesis. Washington, DC: U.S. Global Change Research Program. 80 p. Find here.
Hamilton, L.C., Saito, K., Loring, P.A. et al. 2016. Climigration? Population and climate change in Arctic Alaska. Popul Environ 38: 115. Find here.
Harper, Sherilee L; Victoria L. Edge, James Ford, Ashlee Cunsolo Willox, Michele Wood, IHACC Research Team, RICG, and Scott A. McEwen. 2015. Climate-sensitive health priorities in Nunatsiavut, Canada. BMC Public Health. 15: 605. Find here.
Himes-Cornell, Amber and Stephen Kasperski. 2015. Assessing climate change vulnerability in Alaska’s fishing communities. Fisheries Research. 162: 1–11. Find here.
Houck, Oliver A. 2015. The reckoning: oil and gas development in the Louisiana coastal zone. Tulane Environmental Law Journal. 28: 185–455. Find here.
Houston, Will. 2015. Eel River salmon go blind waiting rain. Eureka Times- Standard. Oct. 27. Find here.
Hummel, Susan and Frank K. Lake. 2015. Forest site classification for cultural plant harvest by tribal weavers can inform management. Journal of Forestry. 113: 30–39. Find here.
Indian Health Service [IHS]. 2015. Disparities. Find here.
Indian Country Today Media Network [ICTMN)]. 2015. Bakken-crude- hauling oil train explodes in North Dakota, town evacuated. Find here.
Jenkins, Melissa L. 2015. Major forest insect and disease conditions in the United States: 2013. FS-1054. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. Find here.
Jurt, C., Burga, M.D., Vicuña, L. et al. 2015. Local perceptions in climate change debates: insights from case studies in the Alps and the Andes. Climatic Change 133: 511. Find here.
Keenan, R.J. 2015. Climate change impacts and adaptation in forest management: a review. Annals of Forest Science 72: 145. Find here.
Keppel, Gunnar; Mokany, Karel, Grant W. Wardell-Johnson, Ben Phillips, Justin Welbergen, and April Reside. 2015. The capacity of refugia for conservation planning under climate change. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 13: 106–112. Find here.
Knapp, Corrine N. and Sarah F. Trainor. 2015. Alaskan stakeholder-defined research needs in the context of climate change. Polar Geography. 38: 42–69. Find here.
Kronk Warner, Elizabeth A. 2015. Everything old is new again: enforcing tribal treaty provisions to protect climate change threatened resources. University of Kansas School of Law [Working Paper]. Find here.
Laska, Shirley; Kristina Peterson, Crystlyn L Rodrigue, Tia Cosse’, Rosina Philippe, Olivia Burchett, and Richard Krajeski. 2015. Layering of natural and human-caused disasters in the context of sea level rise coastal Louisiana communities at the edge. In: Companion, M., ed. Disaster’s impact on livelihood and cultural survival. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press: 225–238. Chapter 16. Find here.
Maldonado, Julie K. 2015. Everyday practices and symbolic forms of resistance: adapting to environmental change in coastal Louisiana. In: Collins, A., ed. Hazards, risks, and disasters in society: a cross-disciplinary overview, Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier: 201–216. Chapter 12. Find here.
Maldonado, J Julie K.; Bennett, T.M.B.; Chief, K.; Cochran, P.; Cozzetto, K.; Gough, B.; Redsteer, M.H.; Lynn, K.; Maynard, N.; Voggesser, G. 2015. Engagement with indigenous peoples and honoring traditional knowledge systems. Climatic Change. 135(1): 111–126. Find here.
Marino, Elizabeth. 2015. Fierce climate, sacred ground. Fairbanks, AK: University of Alaska Press. 122 p. Find here.
McOliver, Cynthia A.; Camper, A.K.; Doyle, J.T.; Eggers, M.; Ford, T.; Lila, M.A.; Berner, J.; Campbell, L.; Donatuto, J. 2015. Community-based research as a mechanism to reduce environmental health disparities in American Indian and Alaska Native communities. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 12(4): 4076–4100. doi:10.3390/ijerph120404076. Find here.
National Congress of American Indians [NCAI]. 2015. Native resources. Find here.
Native Voices. 2015. 1838: Cherokee die on Trail of Tears. https://www.nlm.nih. gov/nativevoices/timeline/296.html. Find here.
Necefer, Len; Wong-Parodi, G.; Jaramillo, P.; Small, M.J. 2015. Energy development and Native Americans: values and beliefs about energy from the Navajo Nation. Energy Research & Social Science. 7: 1–11. Find here.
Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission. 2015. Drought prevents salmon from returning to hatchery. Find here.
Noss, Reed. 2015. Climate change and wildlife. Conservation Northwest. Find here.
Oxley, Marcus. 2015. Review of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015–2030. [Place of Publication Unknown]: Global Network for Civil Society Organizations for Disaster Reduction. Find here.
Parkinson, Alan; Koch, A.; Evengård, B. 2015. Infectious disease in the Arctic: a panorama in transition. In: Evengård, B. Joan Nymand Larsen, J.N.; Paasche, Ø. The new arctic. Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing: 239–257. Chapter 18. Find here.
Pearce, T., Ford, J., Willox, A., & Smit, B. 2015. Inuit Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK), Subsistence Hunting and Adaptation to Climate Change in the Canadian Arctic. Arctic, 68(2), 233-245. Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org/stable/43871322.
Power Past Coal. 2015. New polling: strong majority of Washington voters oppose coal export proposals. http://www.powerpastcoal.org. Find here.
Rautela, P. , & Karki, B. 2015. Impact of Climate Change on Life and Livelihood of Indigenous People of Higher Himalaya in Uttarakhand, India. American Journal of Environmental Protection, 3(4), 112-124. Find here.
Redsteer, Margaret Hiza; Klara Kelley, Harris Francis, and Debra Block. 2015. “Increasing vulnerability of the Navajo people to drought and climate change in the southwestern United States: accounts from tribal elders,” In: Nakashima, D.; Rubis, J.; Krupnik, I., eds. Indigenous knowledge for climate change assessment and adaptation, part III: facing extreme events. Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press. Find here.
Rosen, Barry H and Ann St. Amand. 2015. Field and laboratory guide to freshwater cyanobacteria harmful algal blooms for Native American and Alaska Native communities. Open-File Report 2015–1164. Reston, VA: U.S. Department of the Interior, Geological Survey. Find here.
Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice [SBSTA]. 2015. Good practices and lessons learned in adaptation planning processes addressing ecosystems, human settlements, water resources and health, and in processes and structures for linking national and local adaptation planning: a synthesis of case studies. Geneva, Switzerland: United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Find here.
Tanner, Thomas; Lewis, D.; Wrathall, D.; Bronen, R.; Cradock-Henry, N.; Huq, S.; Lawless, C.; Nawrotzki, R.; Prasad, V.; Rahman, A.; Alaniz, R.; King, K.; McNamara, K.; Nadiruzzaman, M.; Henly-Shepard, S.; Thomalla, F. 2015. Livelihood resilience in the face of climate change. Nature Climate Change. 5: 23–26. Find here.
Todd, Zoe. 2015. Indigenizing the Anthropocene. In Art in the Anthropocene Encounters Among Aesthetics, Politics, Environments and Epistemologies, edited by Heather Davis and Etienne Turpin. Open Humanities Press, 241-254. Find here.
Tozier de la Poterie, Arielle and Marie-Ange Baudoin. 2015. From Yokohama to Sendai: approaches to participation in international disaster risk reduction frameworks. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science. 6(2): 128–139. Find here.
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development [HUD]. 2015. National disaster resilience competition: phase 2 fact sheet. Washington, DC. Find here.
U.S. Department of the Interior [USDI]. 2015. http://www.doi.gov.
Vinyeta, Kirsten; Kyle Powys Whyte, and Kathy Lynn. 2015. "Climate Change through an Intersectional Lens: Gendered Vulnerability and Resilience in Indigenous Communities in the United States," Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-GTR-923. Find here.
Walker, R. 2015. Swinomish tribe files lawsuit to stop Bakken crude oil
trains. Indian Country Today Media Network [Online]. Find here.
Werkheiser, Ian. 2015. Community epistemic capacity. Social Epistemology. Vol 30. Find here.
White House. 2015. Fact sheet: President Obama announces new investments to combat climate change and assist remote Alaskan communities. Find here.
Willox, Ashley C.; Stephenson, E.; Allen, J.; Bourque, F.; Drossos, A.; Elgarøy, S.; Kral, M.J; Mauro, I.; Moses, J.; Pearce, T.; MacDonald, J.P.; Wexler, L. 2015. Examining relationships between climate change and mental health in the Circumpolar North. Regional Environmental Change. 15: 169–182. Find here.
Wilson, Nicole J.; Walter, M.T.; Waterhouse, J. 2015. Indigenous knowledge of hydrologic change in the Yukon River Basin: a case study of Ruby, Alaska. ARCTIC. 68: 93–106. Find here.
Yardley, William. 2015. In dispute over coal mine project, two ways of life hang in the balance. Los Angeles Times. July 21. Find here.
Awan, Rachel. 2014. “Native American Oral Traditional Evidence in American Courts: Reliable Evidence or Useless Myth?” Penn State Law Review 118(3): 697-727. Find here.
Barboza, T. 2014. Yurok tribe hopes California’s cap-and-trade can save a way of life. Los Angeles Times. May 20. Find here.
Bennett, T.M. Bull; Nancy G.Maynard, Patricia Cochran, Bob Gough, Kathy Lynn, Julie Maldonado, Garrit Vogesser, Susan Wotkyns, Karen Cozzetto. 2014. Indigenous peoples, lands, and resources. In: Melillo, J.M.; Richmond, T.C.; Yohe, G.W., eds. Climate change impacts in the United States. The Third National Climate Assessment. [Place of Publication Unknown]: U.S. Global Change Research Program: 297–317. Chapter 12. Find here.
Bennett, Nathan J.; Kadfak, A.; Dearden, P. 2014. The future we want: taking action in Ban Talae Nok for the community, the environment and climate change. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria, Marine Protected Areas Research Group. 22 p. Find here.
Blanchard, Paulette. 2014. Our squirrels will have elephant ears: indigenous perspectives on climate change in the south central United States. Third annual climate change and indigenous peoples conference. Eugene, OR: University of Oregon. Find here.
Bronen, Robin. 2014. Community relocations: the Arctic and South Pacific. In Martin, S.; Weerasinghe, S.; Taylor, A., eds. Humanitarian crises and migration. New York: Routledge: 221–242. Chapter 11. Find here.
Bronen, Robin. 2014. Choice and necessity: relocations in the Arctic and South Pacific. Forced Migration Review. 45: 17–21. Find here.
Brugnach, Marcela; Craps, M.; Dewulf, A. 2014. Including indigenous peoples in climate change mitigation: addressing issues of scale, knowledge and power. Climatic Change. 1–14. doi: 10.1007/s10584-014-1280-3. Find here.
Brubaker, Michael; Bell, J.; Dingman, H.; Evans, S.; Kasak, K.; Itta, M.; Drake, R. 2014. Climate change in Nuiqsut, Alaska: strategies for community health. Anchorage, AK: Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, Center for Climate and Health. Find here.
Brubaker, Michael; Bell, D.; Dingman, H.; Morales, R.; Tagarook, C.; Drake, R.; Ramstad, K. 2014. Climate change in Wainwright, Alaska: strategies for community health. Anchorage, AK: Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, Center for Climate and Health. Find here.
Brubaker, Michael; Andrew, G.; Andrew, S.; Flensburg, S.; Skarada, J.; Drake, R. 2014. Climate change in Levelock, Alaska: strategies for community health. Anchorage, AK: Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, Center for Climate and Health. Find here.
Brubaker, Michael; Bell, J.; Dingma, H.; Ahkivgak, M.; Whiteman, D.; Drake, R. 2014. Climate change in Atqasuk, Alaska: strategies for community health. Anchorage, AK: Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, Center for Climate and Health. Find here.
Callison, Candis. How Climate Change Comes to Matter: The Communal Life of Facts (Duke University Press, 2014), 42. Find here.
Carothers, Courtney; Brown, C.; Moerlein, K.J.; López, A.; Andersen, D.; Retherford, B. 2014. Measuring perceptions of climate change in northern Alaska: pairing ethnography with cultural consensus analysis. Ecology and Society. 19(4): Art. 27. Find here.
Chief, Karletta; Daigle, J.J; Lynn, K.; Whyte. K.P. 2014. Indigenous experiences in the U.S. with climate change and environmental stewardship in the Anthropocene. In: Sample, V.A.; Bixler, R.P., eds. 2014. Forest conservation and management in the Anthropocene: adaptation of science, policy, and practices. Proceedings. RMRS-P-71. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station: 161–176. Find here.
Climate and Traditional Knowledges Workgroup [CTKW]. 2014. Guidelines for considering traditional knowledges in climate change initiatives. Find here.
Emery, Marla R.; Wrobel, Alexandra; Hansen, Mark H.; Dockry, Michael; Moser, W. Keith; Stark, Kekek Jason; Gilbert, Jonathan H. 2014. “Using traditional ecological knowledge as a basis for targeted forest inventory: paper birch (Betula papyrifera) in the US Great Lakes Region.” Journal of Forestry 112(2): 207- 214. Find here.
Fisher, Madeline. 2014. Native American tribe prepares for climate change with the help of a soil scientist. Soil Horizons. 55(4). doi:10.2136/sh2014-55-4-f. Find here.
Flatt, Courtney. 2014. Renewable energy takes root in northwest Indian country. Portland, OR: Oregon Public Broadcasting. Find here.
Ford, James D.; Willox, A.C.; Chatwood, S.; Furgal, C.; Harper, S.; Mauro, I.; Pearce, T. 2014. Adapting to the effects of climate change on Inuit health. American Journal of Public Health. 104: e9–e17. Find here.
Garrott, Sarah. 2014. “New Ways to Fulfill Old Promises: Native American Hunting and Fishing Rights and Intangible Cultural Property.” Oregon Law Review 92(2): 571-610. Find here.
Georgakakos, A.; Fleming, P.; Dettinger, M.; Peters-Lidard, C.; Richmond, T.C.; Reckhow, K.; White, K.; Yates, D. 2014. Water resources. In: Melillo, J.M.; Richmond, T.C.; Yohe, G.W., eds. Climate change impacts in the United States: the third national climate assessment. Washington, DC: U.S. Global Change Research Program: 69–112. Chapter 3. Find here.
Golden, Denise, C. Audet, M.A. Smith. 2014. “Blue-ice”: framing climate change and reframing climate change adaptation from the indigenous peoples' perspective in the northern boreal forest of Ontario, Canada. Climate and Development. Vol. 7. Iss. 5. Find here.
Green, D. & Minchin, L. 2014. Living on Climate-Changed Country: Indigenous Health, Well-Being and Climate Change in Remote Australian Communities. EcoHealth. 11: 263. Find here.
Hatfield, J.G.; Takle, R.; Grotjahn, P.; Holden, P.; Izaurralde, R.C.; Mader, T.; Marshall, E.; Liverman, D. 2014. Ch. 6: Agriculture. In: Melillo, J.M.; Richmond, T.C.; Yohe, G.W., eds. Climate change impacts in the United States: the third national climate assessment. Washington, DC: U.S. Global Change Research Program: 150–174. Find here.
Hershey, Robert A.; McCormack, Jennifer; Newell, Gillian E. 2014. “Mapping Intergenerational Memories (Part 1): Proving the Contemporary Truth of the Indigenous Past.” Arizona Legal Studies Discussion Paper No. 14-01. Find here.
Holmes, Ignacia; Potvin, C. 2014. Avoiding re-inventing the wheel in a people-centered approach to REDD+. Conservation Biology. 28(5). 1380–1393. Find here.
Hong, Eunkyoung; Perkins, R.; Trainor, S. 2014. Thaw settlement hazard of permafrost related to climate warming in Alaska. Arctic. 67: 93–103. Find here.
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [IPCC]. 2014. Climate change 2014: synthesis report. Contribution of working groups I, II and III to the fifth assessment report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Core writing team: Pachauri, R.K.; Meyer, L.A., eds. Geneva, Switzerland. Find here.
Jenni, K.; Graves D.; Hardiman J.; Hatten, J.; Mastin, M.; Mesa, M.; Montag, J.; Nieman, T.; Voss, F.; Maule, A. 2014. Identifying stakeholder-relevant climate change impacts: a case study in the Yakima River Basin, Washington, USA. Climatic Change. 124: 371–384. Find here.
Johnson, Terry and Gray, G. 2014. Shaktoolik, Alaska: climate change adaptation for an at-risk community: adaptation plan. Fairbanks, AK: University of Alaska Fairbanks, School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, Alaska Sea Grant. Find here.
Jones, Rhys. Bennett, H., Keating, G. and Blaiklock, A. Climate Change and the Right to Health for Māori in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Health and Human Rights Journal 16 (1). Find here.
Joyce, L.A.; Running, S.W.; Breshears, D.D.; Dale, V.H.; Malmsheimer, R.W.; Sampson, R.N.; Sohngen, B.; Woodall, C.W. 2014. Forests. In: Melillo, J.M.; Richmond, T.C.; Yohe, G.W., eds. Climate change impacts in the United States: the Third National Climate Assessment, U.S. Global Change Research Program: 175–194. Chapter 7. doi:10.7930/J0Z60KZC. Find here.
Kimmerer, Robin. 2014. "Climate Change and Indigenous Knowledge," in Center for Aboriginal Initiatives (University of Toronto 2014). Find here.
Kirmayer, Laurence J.; Gone, J.P.; Moses, J. 2014. Rethinking historical trauma. Transcultural Psychiatry. 51: 299–319. Find here.
Kolahdooz Fariba; Simeon D.; Ferguson G.; Sharma S. 2014. Development of a quantitative food frequency questionnaire for use among the Yup’ik people of western Alaska. PLoS ONE. 11(2): e0150317. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0150317. Find here.
Kronk Warner, Elizabeth A. 2014. Tribes as innovative environmental ‘laboratories’. University of Colorado Law Review. 86: 789–1095. Find here.
Lake, F.K.; Long, J.W. 2014. Fire and tribal cultural resources. In: Long,
J.W.; Quinn-Davidson, L.N.; Skinner, C.N. Science synthesis to support socioecological resilience in the Sierra Nevada and southern Cascade Range. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-247. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Paci c Southwest Research Station: 173–186. Chapter 4.2. Find here.
Luber, G.K.; Knowlton, J.; Balbus, H.; Frumkin, H.; Hayden, M.; Hess, J.; McGeehin, M.; Sheats, N. 2014. Human Health. In: Melillo, J.M.; Richmond, T.C.; Yohe, G.W., eds. Climate change impacts in the United States: the third national climate assessment. Washington, DC: U.S. Global Change Research Program: 220–256. Chapter 9. Find here.
Maldonado, Julie K.; Pandya, R.; Colombi, B., eds. 2014. Climate change and indigenous peoples in the United States: impacts, experiences and actions. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Publishing International. 174 p. Find here.
Maldonado, Julie K. 2014. A multiple knowledge approach for adaptation to environmental change: lessons learned from coastal Louisiana’s tribal communities. Journal of Political Ecology. 21: 62–81. Find here.
Maldonado, Julie K. 2014. Facing the rising tide: co-occurring disasters, displacement and adaptation in coastal Louisiana’s tribal communities. Washington, DC: American University. 295 p. Ph.D. dissertation. Find here.
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Rose, J.B.; Epstein, P.R.; Lipp, E.K.; Sherman, B.H.; Bernard, S.M.; Patz, J.A. 2001. Climate variability and change in the United States: potential impacts on water-and foodborne diseases caused by microbiologic agents. Environmental Health Perspectives. 109: 211–221. Find here.
Executive Order 13175, 65 FR 67249, November 9, 2000. Consultation and coordination with Indian tribal governments. Find here.
Goodman, E.C. 2000. Protecting habitat for off-reservation tribal hunting and fishing rights: tribal comanagement as a reserved right. Environmental Law. 30: 279. Find here.
Rustad, L.E.; Huntington, T.G.; Boone, R.D. 2000. Controls on soil respiration: implications for climate change. Biogeochemistry 48: 1–6. Find here.
1990s and earlier
Akers, D.L. 1999. Removing the heart of the Choctaw people: Indian “removal” from a native perspective. American Indian Culture and Research Journal. 23: 63–76. Find here.
Akwesasne Task Force on the Environment. 1996. Protocol for Review of Environmental and Scientific Research Proposals. Find here.
Allen, M. 1989. Native American control of tribal natural resource development in the context of the federal trust and tribal self-determination. Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review. 16: 857–895. American Indian Law Center. 1999. Model Tribal Research Code. American Indian Law Center: New Mexico. Find here.
Callaway, D.; Eamer, J.; Edwardsen, E.; Jack, C.; Marcy, S.; Olrun, A.; Patkotak, M.; Rexford, D.; Whiting, A. 1999. Effects of climate change on subsistence communities in Alaska. In: Weller, G.; Anderson, P.A., eds. Assessing the consequences of climate change for Alaska and the Bering Sea Region. Fairbanks, AK: University of Alaska Fairbanks, Center for Global Change and Arctic System Research: 59–73. Find here.
Erwin, M.L.; Munn, M.D. 1997. Are walleye from Lake Roosevelt contaminated with mercury? Fact Sheet FS-102-97. Tacoma, WA: U.S. Department of the Interior, Geological Survey. Find here.
Heizer, R.F. 1972. The eighteen unratified treaties of 1851–1852 between the California Indians and the United States government. Berkeley, CA: University of California Archaeological Research Facility: 1–101. Find here.
Maynard, Nancy G., ed. 1998. “Native peoples–native homelands climate change workshop: final report: circles of wisdom.” Washington, DC: U.S. Global Change Research Program. Find here.
McDonald, M.J.; Muldowny, J. 1982. TVA and the dispossessed. Knoxville, TN: The University of Tennessee Press. Find here.
Mi'kmaw Ethics Watch. 1999. Research Principles and Protocols. Find here.
Mondou, D.J. 1998. The American Indian Agricultural Resources Management Act: Does the Winters water bucket have a hole in it? Drake Journal of Agricultural Law. 3: 381. Find here.
Norton, J.B.; Sandor, J.A. 1997. Combating desertification with indigenous agricultural technology at Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico. Arid Lands Newsletter: 41. Find here.
Sequoyah v. Tennessee Valley Authority. 1979. 480 F. Supp. 608 (E.D. Tenn. 1979). Find here.
Tennessee Valley Authority [TVA]. 1961. Floods and flood control. Technical Report No. 26. Knoxville, TN. 302 p. Find here.
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development [HUD]. 1996. Assessment of American Indian housing needs and programs: final report. Washington, DC: Office of Policy Development and Research. Find here.
United Nations [UN]; Martinez Cobo, J.R. 1987. Study of the problem of discrimination against indigenous populations. New York: United Nations Economic and Social Council. Find here.