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Living in a changing alaska

Living in a Changing Alaska

  • Source: Alaska Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program, University of Alaska Fairbanks
  • Topic Area(s): Climate Change, Culture
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  • Year: 2010

This website is designed to help individuals and families in small communities plan for the impacts of climate change in Alaska. The site has an adaptation planning tool and a manual that guide the user through steps of the planning process. Although written for Alaska, it can be used and […]

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CAKE – Climate Adaptation Knowledge Exchange

CAKE is an online climate change adaptation website for people working on environmental management issues in the face of climate change. It includes a case study database of adaptation projects and ideas; a virtual library with resources such as journal articles, presentations, reports, and more; a directory of professionals practicing […]

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Montana Weatherization Training Center

Montana Weatherization Training Center

The training center’s goal is to train the professionals who are on the ground weatherizing homes every day. Working closely with Montana’s Human Resource Development Councils and Tribal associates, they focus on safe, efficient, cutting-edge techniques to address the health, safety, and energy efficiency issues present in low-income housing. The […]

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Tribal lands struggle to bring clean power online

Tribal Lands Struggle To Bring Clean Power Online

National Public Radio story on the Campo Kumeyaay Nation’s wind energy projects and the challenges faced by tribes as they pursue renewable energy. Copyright 2010 NPR, 8/20/10.

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Renewable Energy Development in Indian Country: A Handbook for Tribes

  • Source: National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) - Douglas C. MacCourt
  • Topic Area(s): Energy: Renewables
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  • Year: 2010

This handbook was developed on behalf of DOE’s Tribal Energy Program by Douglas MacCourt of Ater Wynne LLP. The concept for this handbook grew out of National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) tribal energy workshops over the last few years. Tribes and Alaska Natives participating in the NREL workshops sought a […]

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Solid Waste Management on Tribal Lands

Solid Waste Management on Tribal Lands

The Winter 2010 Green Casinos workshop took place at Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino in Chandler, Arizona. The presentations from this workshop are posted on the EPA Region 9 site.

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Green Building Funding Resources for EPA Region 9

A summary of various federal, state and local programs providing funding for green building projects for Region 9 states (AZ, CA, HI, NV, Pacific Islands) and Tribal Nations.

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Climate Ready Water Utilities Toolbox

The CRWU Toolbox provides access to resources containing climate-related information relevant to water. These resources include several categories of information and can be searched by geographic region, water utility type and size, water resources, climate change impact, and climate change response strategies. These resources will be updated frequently to provide […]

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Tribal Climate and Energy Information

The Tribal Communities page of EPA’s State and Local Climate and Energy site is designed to be a resource for tribal communities interested in implementing climate change mitigation and energy management projects that can reduce greenhouse gas emissions and help to slow the rate of climate change and its impacts […]

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EPA’s Indoor Air Quality Tools for Schools Program

The IAQ Tools for Schools Program is a comprehensive resource to help schools maintain a healthy environment in school buildings by identifying, correcting, and preventing IAQ problems. Poor indoor air quality can impact the comfort and health of students and staff, which, in turn, can affect concentration, attendance, and student […]

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