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LEO Network members share unusual environmental events that help us understand our changing world. Please join us and contribute your observations or news articles. The LEO Reporter App provides easy access to first-hand accounts of climate and environmental change events, made by expert local observers. With LEO, you can observe trends and analyze patterns, share knowledge, and stay informed of environmental change in your area. Learn more at Arctic communities were among the first to experience significant impacts from climate change. In 2009, the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC) established the Center for Climate and Health to help describe connections between climate change, environmental impacts, and health effects. In 2012, LEO Network was launched as a tool to help the tribal health system and local observers to share information about climate and other drivers of environmental change. In 2015, ANTHC and Resource Data Inc. (RDI) developed LEO App to increase access and improve data management and analytical features of the network. In the same year, LEO Network was selected as a model program under the United States Chairmanship of the Arctic Council, to help raise awareness and improve communication about climate change in the circumpolar region. Today LEO Network is continuing to evolve and to build new partnerships with local observers - across the Arctic and around the world.