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5016 Deming Road P.O. Box 157
98244 Deming , WA
United States
48° 49' 24.744" N, 122° 12' 56.9052" W
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The Nooksack Indian Tribe is vitally interested in the effect of climate change on stream flow in western Washington as it relates to habitat and survival of spring Chinook salmon.        

The Nooksack Indian Tribe is a recognized tribe under the Point Elliott treaty of 1855. Its land base is estimated to be 444.53, and its enrollment is approximately 2000.

The Nooksack Indian Tribe is located 17 miles east of Bellingham Washington in the small town of Deming,  WA - population 210.

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Water Resources Program Manager
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The Crown of the Continent region’s diverse habitats, vast expanses of public lands, and connections to other wild lands should make the region more likely to successfully respond to the changing climate.In this report, we studied the possible effects of climate change on two “snow-pack” dependent sectors of the economy – downhill skiing and recreational fishing.  These sectors are very likely to be negatively affected by climate change, which in this region includes rising temperatures, more rain, and less moisture stored in snowpack.  These sectors are harbingers of potential impacts on o

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Climate change has profound implications for managing freshwater resources and species dependent on those resources. Water is an essential component of the life support system of the earth, and a basic resource for socio-economic development. The Great Ruaha River Catchment Area is a dynamic and complex ecosystem requiring inclusion climate change adaptation in the management of the freshwater and natural resources available to reduce the severity of climate change impacts.

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Mina Bahari Building II, 7th floor Jl. Medan Merdeka Timur No. 16
10110 Jakarta, JK
Indonesia
1° 45' 27.1332" N, 130° 25' 46.8768" E
Organization Overview: 

The Coral Triangle Initiative on Coral Reefs, Fisheries and Food Security (CTI-CFF) is a multilateral partnership of six countries formed in 2009 to address the urgent threats facing the coastal and marine resources of one of the most biologically diverse and ecologically rich regions on earth. CTI-CFF is managed through a Secretariat based in Jakarta, Indonesia.

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This paper explores the implications of climate change, its impacts on the world of work and the need for the work of the International Labour Office (ILO) to adapt to it. It takes stock of the relevant ongoing work and identifies the needs for further development.

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