GLRPPR Sector Resource: American Indian Tribal Portal
American Indian Tribal Portal
The Environmental Protection Agency has launched the first-of-its-kind portal website to help the tribal community, its supporters and the public find tribal environmental information and data through a single web-based access point. Announced at the National Tribal Operations Committee (NTOC) meeting in Washington, DC, the portal is part of EPA's commitment to strengthen its partnership with Indian tribes and governments to protect human health and the environment. The new cross-agency website allows EPA to consolidate and share environmental information reflecting the tribal community's perspective and needs into a central, easy-to-navigate structure. Various EPA programs, such as enforcement, waste, underground storage tanks and water, are also consolidating their tribal information through this website.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
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