For Michigan tribe, climate action a 'sacred responsibility'


Though recognized just last week by the White House, the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians has been active in climate change mitigation and adaptation since the “beginning of time.”

“The things we do for economic and cultural resilience are the same things we do for climate resilience,” said Kathleen Brosemer, the Sault Tribe’s environmental program manager...

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Balaskovitz, Andy. "For Michigan tribe, climate action a ‘sacred responsibility’." Midwest Energy News. December 8, 2014. Article. (, accessed March 9, 2015)