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 Post subject: Climate Change 201 application due April 25, 2018
PostPosted: Wed Apr 04, 2018 8:31 am 
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Hi all,
We are launching a new Climate Change 201 course that would serve cohorts of tribes working through the entire process of developing a strategic climate change adaptation plan focusing on a particular topic. (Potential topics are listed below. You will be asked to rank your top three choices.) The course will take place mainly online with one in-person meeting over 1 1/2 years.
For more information: Please see our course description at: ... iption.pdf
To apply: Visit our Trainings webpage: Please note that you cannot save our online application and return to it later. It must be filled out all at once. At our website, we have provided a pdf of the application form for you to reference before beginning the application process.
Course fee: There is no fee for this course. However, we ask for a time commitment of four hours per week to be divided among the members of a core climate change planning team.
Questions: Please feel free to email or call the ITEP Climate Change Program co-managers, Nikki Cooley or Karen Cozzetto with questions:
• Nikki Cooley,, 928-523-7046
• Karen Cozzetto,, 928-523-6758
Application deadline: Wednesday, April 25th.
We expect our first cohort to start in June and if interest warrants to stagger cohorts after that.
Thanks so much,
The ITEP Climate Change Team
Potential adaptation plan topics:
• Cultural resources
• Drinking water
• Drought contingency and response plan
• Ecosystems
• Emergency management / disaster preparedness
• FEMA multi-hazard mitigation plan
• Food - Crop Agriculture (for business)
• Food - Ranching (for business)
• Food sovereignty
• Forestry
• Housing
• Human Health
• Plants, Fish, and/or Wildlife
• Transportation
• Write in topic
Please note that we consider water resources to be a super sector that in some ways incorporates nearly all other sectors. We thus do not consider it separately but rather as part of the topics above.
Karen Cozzetto
Climate Change Program
Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals (ITEP)

Phone: (928) 523-6758

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