NTAA PRK on Air Quality and Climate Funding for
Tribes in the Inflation Reduction Act
NTAA is tracking IRA funding in the next several months to ensure
Tribes have the most updated information on air quality and climate funding opportunities for Tribes from multiple new sources of funding
NTAA’s PRK includes several great resources for Tribes!
2022 National Tribal Forum on Air Quality Summary Report
This report summarizes the 2022 NTFAQ and the NTAA Annual Meeting held in person and virtually. This year’s NTFAQ was hosted by the Muscogee Nation, in Tulsa, OK at River Spirit Casino Resort from
May 2-5, 2022. This report includes a narrative summary, data national attendance, as well as its challenges and successes!
NTAA releases it's latest White Paper on PSD Analysis, April 2022
The purpose of this white paper is to explore where discretion in the CAA could be used in combination with Presidential EO's (13175 and 12898), the Agency’s Indian policy, Treaty Rights, and EJ, can provide for consideration of Tribal concerns, Traditional Ecological Knowledge and EJ, in permit issuing decisions
NTAA Informational Webinar on Baseline Needs Assessment
The BNA is a new report that provides the first-of-its kind assessment that demonstrates the need for increased funding for Tribal Nations to address air quality and climate change on and around Tribal Lands. NTAA Executive Committee Member, Janice Archuleta, and Tribal Healthy Homes Network Director, Gillian Mittelstaedt presented on the BNA's important key findings. Watch the video below:
This year, the NTAA is celebrating its 20th Anniversary!
NTAA was founded in 2002 with the realization that Tribes have the
power to to be regulators of air quality for our communities!
Thank you to those who have helped and continue to shape
NTAA throughout the years!
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NTAA was founded in 2002 with a grant from the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Air and Radiation with a mission to advance air quality management policies and programs, consistent with the needs, interests, and unique legal status of American Indian Tribes and Alaska Natives. Tribes are important partners with federal, state and local agencies to protect ambient air quality, indoor air quality and mitigate climate change.