Welcome to the National Tribal Air Association (NTAA) website!

Bill Thompson Since its founding in 2002, the National Tribal Air Association has been a leading voice for Tribal air quality issues, programs, and policies. With over eighty (80) principal member tribes, the NTAA’s mission is to advance air quality management and policies and programs, consistent with the needs, interests, and unique legal status of American Indian tribes and Alaskan Natives. Please explore our site and contact us if you have any questions or comments.

--Bill Thompson, Penobscot Nation Vice Chief and NTAA Executive Committee Chair

If you have any questions or comments, please contact us!

EPA’s Clean Power Plan: Also commonly known as, "the Carbon Rule or the 111(d) rule," As part of the Clean Air Act, EPA is authorized to regulate CO2 pollution from existing plants in order to meet the goal of reducing CO2 emissions 30% by 2030. EPA is working with states, tribes, and utilities to create state implementation plans and reduce carbon pollution based upon 4 building blocks, including: 1) Making existing coal plants more efficient, 2) using existing natural gas plants more effectively, 3) increasing renewable energy use and 4) increasing end-use energy efficiency.

NTAA hosted a 3-part webinar series discussing EPA’s Clean Power Plan that you can view here.

EPA has extended the Comment Period for 45 days until December 1, 2014. Click here for the EPA link on this draft rule.

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The National Tribal Air Association is funded
through a grant from the United States
Environmental Protection Agency's
Office of Air & Radiation (OAR)

Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals • PO Box 15004 • Flagstaff, AZ 86011 • (928)523-0526 • (928)523-1266 (fax)