Introduction to Tribal Air Quality Program Development and the Clean Air Act
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This webinar introduces tribal professionals to the world of tribal air quality programs and projects using tribal case studies to show how different tribes developed their programs/projects, and the various ways that effort is accomplished. This is the first of five webinars hosted by the Institute for Tribal Environmental Professional’s, American Indian Air Quality Training Program (AIAQTP). Webinar one focuses on how Tribes develop air quality programs using the Clean Air Act, the Tribal Authority Rule, and Inherent Tribal Sovereignty. In addition to the case studies, we provide information on several resources.
Presenters and topics:
- Overview of the Clean Air Act and the Tribal Authority Rule – James Payne, US EPA, Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards
- Forest County Potawatomi Air Quality Program – Natalene Cummings and Joe Cebe
- Standing Rock Sioux Tribe IAQ Radon Project – Harriet Blackhoop-Cruz