Seneca Nation of Indians Receives Award for Climate and Health Communication

The Seneca Nation of Indians has received an award from the National Indian Health Board’s (NIHB) Climate Ready Tribes Project to develop climate and environmental health communication materials. The overall goal of this project is to build capacity related to climate health by increasing knowledge and awareness of climate change in order to increase Tribal Nations’ ability to recognize threats and to support Tribal Nations to take action. Typically there are three awards given per year. This year the Tribal Nations awarded were the Seneca Nation of Indians, Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska, and the Greenville Rancheria. Learn more about the program.