The Tribal Education Network was originally formed in June 2015 to leverage the ever-expanding suite of Tribal Tools and Examples of Taking Action demonstrating Tribal Nations Climate Resilience that continue to be added regularly into the U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit(https://toolkit.climate.gov/).

However, it quickly expanded into considering a variety of tribal climate education and youth engagement initiatives. Representatives who regularly attend meeting include a variety of regional and national tribal education and tribal climate leaders, which may include but is not limited to:


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