Welcome to the National Tribal Air Association!

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 110 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!

We are proud to present NTAA’s latest publications for your information and use!

  • Click here to visit the EPA's new air quality trends website!

  • On July 29, 2016, NTAA submitted this comment letter to U.S. EPA regarding EPA’s proposed EJ 2020 Action Agenda. To learn more, you can click here for EPA’s EJ 2020 Fact Sheet. The fact sheet highlights the vision, goals, key areas, lead EPA offices and anticipated results of EJ 2020. It also includes general information about stakeholder outreach efforts, implementation and annual reporting for EJ 2020.
    Click Here for the EJ 2020 Fact Sheet

  • The NTAA Indoor Air Quality Needs Assessment for Indian Country has been reopened!
    Click here to learn more.

  • NTAA has released a Fact Sheet on EPA’s Proposed Clean Energy Incentive Program now open for public comment until September 2nd. NTAA’s fact sheet is part of a Policy Response Kit that will be prepared for Tribes in the coming weeks.

  • NTAA has released a Fact Sheet on the Volkswagen Clean Air Act Partial Settlement with the United States and State of California. NTAA will soon be releasing a Policy Response Kit for Tribes to learn about this settlement and how Tribes can become beneficiaries to the nearly $50 million in funds to mitigate the environmental damage referenced in the settlement. Comments to the Department of Justice are now due by August 5th, 2016. To learn more, click here.