The Swinomish Tribe Is an Ancient People With a Modern Climate Plan

Source: Inside Climate News

Washington Post

For 10,000 years, the Swinomish tribe have relied on the bounty of salmon and shellfish in the waters of northwestern Washington. But those fish populations have diminished in recent years, as climate change warms the oceans and stresses ecosystems. The tribe has responded with an ambitious, multipronged climate plan, The Washington Post reports, prompting 50 other Native tribes to follow suit.


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