U.S. EPA launches “ecoAmbassador” program for tribal colleges

The United States Environmental Protection Agency has launched the pilot year of its Tribal ecoAmbassadors program. The EPA will provide funding for research at Tribal Colleges and Universities to address environmental and health issues affecting their communities.

Applications are being accepted through July 29 from Tribal College and University professors who wish to establish independent study courses with tribal students on issues such as climate adaptation, air quality, water quality, and waste management.

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3 Responses to U.S. EPA launches “ecoAmbassador” program for tribal colleges

  1. a great initiative, follow the blog for the results in early August.

  2. This is a really good read for me, Must admit that you are one of the best blog I ever saw. Thanks for posting this informative article.

  3. Tribal ecoAmbassadors program is an excellent find everything to the tribe .. good growth project keep it up ..

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