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BY AUSTIN HEADLEE
Our changing world: Climate change and Indian Country
Climate change is not imminent; it is ongoing. The evidence of climate change and its impact on the United States and Indian Country is palpable: smoke engulfing major cities, record-breaking temperatures, extreme weather events, melting icebergs and warnings of future wars for water.
In August I took my oath of office to serve a second term as your Chairman. I would like to take a moment to thank everyone for their continued support of my leadership. I would especially like to thank my partner Raquel, and our daughter Hekili for their endless love and support. As I reflect on my first term as Chairman, the Business Committee tackled many important issues that our tribe faced as a community, as a government, and as a people.
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