PHOTOS FROM THE FIELD: Week of February 17-21, 2020

PHOTOS FROM THE FIELD

NY Times – Calculating Air Pollution’s Death Toll, Across State Lines

A coal-fired plant in Utah. In most states, about half of premature deaths caused by poor air quality are linked to pollutants that blow in from other states, a new study found. Photo credit: Brandon Thibodeaux for The New York Times

2020-02-19T16:51:10+00:00February 19th, 2020|PHOTOS FROM THE FIELD|

PHOTOS FROM THE FIELD: Week of January 20-24, 2020

PHOTOS FROM THE FIELD

E&E News – Meet America’s new superpolluters: Plastic plants

 

A proposed petrochemical plant near Baton Rouge, La., would be the industry’s biggest emitter of greenhouse gases in the United States. A similar plant is pictured in Hahnville, La. Photo credit: Jim West/Zuma Press/Newscom

2020-01-22T16:51:37+00:00January 22nd, 2020|PHOTOS FROM THE FIELD|

PHOTOS FROM THE FIELD: Week of January 13-17, 2020

PHOTOS FROM THE FIELD

Yes Magazine – For a Sustainable Food System, Look to Seeds

Agricultural biodiversity is embraced through a collaboration between farmers in Nebraska and the Pawnee, who resided in the area before being displaced from their traditional homelands.

 

PHOTO FROM PAWNEE SEED PRESERVATION PROJECT

 

NPR – Australia’s Wildfires Are Releasing Vast Amounts Of Carbon

Much of New South Wales, Australia, including the Sydney Opera House, lay under a shroud of smoke Thursday. The state remains under severe or very high fire danger warnings as more than 60 fires continue to burn within its borders.

Cassie Trotter/Getty Images

 

2020-01-15T16:23:48+00:00January 15th, 2020|PHOTOS FROM THE FIELD|

PHOTOS FROM THE FIELD: Week of January 6-10, 2020

New Year, New NTAA Website and Logo!

We are pleased to announce NTAA’s updated logo and website designed to better represent and serve Tribal Air Quality Programs! NTAA’s new website will help Tribes easily get the information they need to help advance and understand air quality and climate change policy. In addition to many of the same policy resources available for Tribes, there is a specific page for new “airheads.” Please let us know what you think about the new website and logo! You can find NTAA’s new website at www.NTAAtribalair.org.

 

 

Washington Post – Amid shut-off woes, a beacon of energy

Jana Ganion, energy director for the Blue Lake Rancheria tribe, stands in front of a solar array on the reservation. Its microgrid allowed the power to stay on, and the tribe shared electricity with neighbors. Photo credit: Mason Trinca for The Washington Post.

2020-01-08T17:08:14+00:00January 8th, 2020|PHOTOS FROM THE FIELD|

PHOTOS FROM THE FIELD: Week of December 16 – December 20, 2019

2019-12-18T21:47:34+00:00December 18th, 2019|PHOTOS FROM THE FIELD|

PHOTOS FROM THE FIELD: Week of December 9 – December 13, 2019

2019-12-17T19:28:20+00:00December 11th, 2019|PHOTOS FROM THE FIELD|

NATIONAL TRIBAL AIR ASSOCIATION

Our mission is to advance air quality management policies and programs, consistent with the needs, interests, and unique legal status of American Indian Tribes and Alaska Natives.