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Final Synthesis Report Menominee Reservation

The Resilience Dialogues
Created: 11/01/2019 - Updated: 11/01/2019

Abstract

This report captures the key outcomes from the Menominee Reservation Resilience Dialogues process, which took place between May 15 and May 26, 2017. The Resilience Dialogues partners with communities to explore their risks from climate variability and change. Using a professionally facilitated, online process to connect community leaders to a network of vetted national experts, the Resilience Dialogues helps them work together to understand risks and lay the groundwork for long-term resilience. The service connects communities with the most appropriate resources, whether from Federal agencies, regional networks, or the private sector. The Resilience Dialogues builds on recent Federal efforts, such as the Partnership for Resilience & Preparedness, the Climate Data Initiative, the Climate Resilience Toolkit, and the National Climate Assessment. It also leverages nonprofit programs, including the Thriving Earth Exchange and the Community and Regional Resilience Institute. This report captures the following outcomes from the Menominee Resilience Dialogues process:

  • List of Key Questions that Menominee community leaders are seeking to answer regarding how to proceed with building climate resilience;
  • Highlights of the exchanges between community leaders and subject matter experts (SMEs) from throughout the dialogue;
  • Annotated list of tools and resources that could help community leaders answer their key questions;
  • Dialogue participant list; and
  • Next steps for the consideration of community leaders

Published On

Saturday, July 1, 2017

Keywords

Scale: 
Tribal / First Nation
Sector Addressed: 
Culture/communities
Rural / Indigenous Livelihoods
Type of Adaptation Action/Strategy: 
Capacity Building
Create stakeholder engagement processes to develop and implement adaptation strategies