NTAA News!

The NTAA is excited to present the 2022 Status of Tribal Air Report! A recording of yesterday’s STAR release webinar is available on NTAA’s website.

Call for proposals for NTFAQ 2023 is now open! https://forms.gle/GXLS8QztLLMs5H518

Top Stories

Forbes – Nuclear Fusion Breakthrough: The Future Of Clean, Limitless Energy

WhiteHouse.gov – FACT SHEET: Biden-⁠Harris Administration Announces First-Ever Federal Building Performance Standard, Catalyzes American Innovation to Lower Energy Costs, Save Taxpayer Dollars, and Cut Emissions

Indianz.com – Seating Cherokee Delegate Strengthens Sovereign Rights for All Tribes

E&E – Takeaways from the Democrats big oil Investigation

NACAA – Washington Update

Ambient Air Quality/EPA/Tribes News

EPA.gov – EPA Celebrates Year One Accomplishments Under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law

The Journal – EPA approves Air Quality Rules for Northern Ute Tribe in Utah

Idaho Capital Sun – Tribes seek US help to curb Canadian mining threats to Northwestern States

Climate Change/Energy

ABC News – Climate Change brings health Issues, challenges for pregnant women

USA Today – Fact Check: Misleading claim that high Northern Hemisphere snow cover means no global warming

Channel 3000 – Climate Change’s Extreme Temperatures Could Mean More Heart Deaths

E&E – EPA Plan Swaps Superpollutant for Climate-Friendly Options

Toxics/Mobile Sources

Ecowatch.com – JetBlue Says It Will Reduce Pollution Instead of Buying Carbon Offsets

CBS News – US Fuel Economy was flat in 2021, Emissions down Slightly, new EPA Report Says

Water and Waste Digest – Tribal Nations Receive $6 mil to Reduce Nutrient Pollution

Indianz.com – MSU Grant Helps Tribes Address Transportation Needs

The Independent – ‘Cancer road’: A Ford factory dumped toxic sludge on tribal land. Years later, it’s still making people sick

Indoor Air Quality

Forbes – Why the healthy buildings movement is good news for everyone

The Reflector – 6 Signs you may need a new HVAC System

USA News – Air purifiers may help the hearts of people with COPD