On December 13, 2021, USEPA announced the availability of $20 million in American Rescue Plan (ARP) funding through competitive grants to enhance ambient air quality monitoring in and near underserved communities and to promote partnerships between communities and tribal, state, and local governments. We will award these grants this Fall. USEPA is committed to helping these communities share and use data collected under ARP Grants. This presentation will outline USEPA principles to facilitate respectful data sharing, promote data trust, and respectful use of the data from these grants to empower communities to improve their air quality.
Presented by Chet Wayland, EPA