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Technical Assistance Available for Tribal and Indigenous Communities in EPA Region 9!

Are you from or work for a Tribal or Indigenous community interested in technical assistance? Learn more about the technical assistance services available through the Center for Community Energy and Environmental Justice (CCEEJ) and its network partners: the Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals, Climate Science Alliance, Desert Research Institute, and University of Guam. Visit cceej.sdsu.edu or check out today’s blog to learn more about CCEEJ and how to sign up for a consultation!


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Are you from or work for a Tribal or Indigenous community interested in technical assistance? Learn more about the technical assistance services available through the Center for Community Energy and Environmental Justice (CCEEJ)!


CCEEJ is an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Department of Energy (DOE)-funded Thriving Community Technical Assistance Center based at San Diego State University committed to providing technical assistance, training, and related support to EPA Region 9* communities with environmental or energy justice concerns. The Climate Science Alliance joins the Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals, Desert Research Institute, and University of Guam in providing technical assistance to Tribal and Indigenous communities in EPA Region 9. Our comprehensive network has decades of experience providing technical assistance and is ready to work with your organization to develop an individualized plan of action to leverage your organization’s existing assets and identify opportunities to expand capacity.


*EPA Region 9 includes California, Arizona, Nevada, Hawai`i, Guam, American Samoa, and the Northern Mariana Islands. Those outside of Region 9 who are interested in technical assistance should visit the Environmental Justice Thriving Communities Technical Assistance Centers (EJ TCTAC) website (www.ejtctac.org). The website features information about the program, contact forms for technical assistance centers in all regions across the U.S., a curated grant search database, and more.


 



The technical assistance we can provide to Tribal and Indigenous communities include:


Grant and Administrative Capacity

  • Grant application templates

  • Grant writing trainings

  • Identifying grant opportunities

  • Grant management

  • Translation services

  • Partnership building


Trainings

  • Air quality monitoring

  • Data management

  • Land restoration

  • Brownfields

  • Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPS)

  • Water quality standards

  • Climate adaptation and mitigation planning

  • Natural and cultural resource stewardship


Environmental and Energy Technical Support

  • Environmental and energy assessments

  • Environmental screening tools

  • Policy/law expertise

  • Renewable energy

  • Greenhouse gas analysis


Professional Development

  • Fellowships

  • Leadership training

  • Indigenous Climate Internship Program

  • Networking opportunities

  • Economic and workforce development


How do I sign up?

Signing up for technical assistance is easy! Sign up for a consultation here. A member of the CCEEJ team will follow up with you.


Contact Us

(619) 594-8287


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