TODAY! NTAA Leaders to speak at EPA’s Public Hearing on the Proposed Standards of Performance for New, Reconstructed, and Modified Sources and Emissions Guidelines for Existing Sources: Oil and Natural Gas Sector Climate Review
December 1, 2021, 2pm – 5pm EST | Click here to see the speaker list
To join the call, click on this YouTube link
Submit your 2022 NTFAQ Presentation Abstract | Google Form
The National Tribal Forum on Air Quality (NTFAQ) aims to support Tribal programs by fostering information-sharing and networking opportunities that are focused on building Tribal capacity in air quality management. The event’s agenda is driven by Tribal input and priorities, with a focus on increasing Tribal engagement in air quality initiatives that are relevant to tribal communities across the nation. The NTFAQ is scheduled for May 2-5, 2022.
Sample topic for presentations or trainings may include but is not limited to:
• Air Quality & Grants
• Air Quality Policy & Regulations
• Indoor Air Quality
• Air Quality Health and Research
• Technical: air monitoring, data management & analysis, emission inventories
• Tribal Case Studies: examples of Tribes implementing air quality projects & programs
• Climate Change & Air Quality
• Community engagement: youth, elders, and community leaders
• Tribal/Traditional Knowledge
If you have questions about the agenda, presentation options, or other ways to participate in the event, please contact Andy.Bessler@nau.edu.
• Call for Presentations Opens: December 1st, 2021
• Presentation Proposals Due: January 15th, 2022
• Letter of Notification (will include instructions and timeline): February 17th, 2022
• Presentation Materials Deadline: March 28 (if pre-recorded) April 15 (if in-person)
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