News Aug 19, 2009
CEES and Professor Krakoff receive CU Energy Initiative Seed Grant for American Indian Tribes, Clima
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CU’s Energy Initiative recently awarded Professor Sarah Krakoff and CEES Research Fellow Julie Teel seed funding for a new project, American Indian Tribes, Climate Change, and Energy: Law and Policy Analysis and Solutions. The first phase of this project will focus on the development of culturally appropriate Tribal Energy Action and Climate Change Adaptation Plans in consultation with three American Indian tribes in the Southwest and tribal organizations. Among the goals of the project are to assess the ecological, cultural, and legal impacts of climate change, recommend legal and policy measures to facilitate tribally appropriate adaptation to climate change, and analyze renewable energy and energy efficiency options, barriers, and solutions for the three tribes.
News Source: Center for Energy and Environmental Security
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