Tribal Environmental Impact Network

The National Indian Health Board (NIHB) is launching the inaugural Tribal Environmental Impact Network, a cohort of professionals with experience in issues impacting environmental justice in Indian Country. This network of experts will assist NIHB in providing Technical Assistance (TA) to Tribal communities as part of NIHB's Tribal Environmental Justice Technical Assistance Center (TEJTAC). To learn more about this program visit https://www.nihb.org/environmental-health/tribal-tac.php. Compensation will be offered for Network members providing TA.

NIHB is looking for experts in the following areas:

  • Land revitalization
  • Renewable energy
  • Lead contamination
  • Air quality
  • Water quality
  • Solid waste
  • Climate change
  • Emergency response
  • Sanitation
  • Food systems
  • Agriculture
  • Hydrology
  • Geology
  • Transportation
  • Legal services/Lawyers
  • And more!

Tribal Environmental Impact Network - Call for Environmental Justice Technical Assistance Providers

Interested in joining the inaugural cohort of Tribal environmental experts for the Tribal Environmental Impact Network?

To be considered, fill out the form below and an environmental health department staff member from NIHB will be in touch with you shortly!

NIHB Contacts:

Brett Weber, MPA
Environmental Health Programs Director

National Indian Health Board
50 F St NW, Suite 600
Washington, DC 20001
[email protected]

National Indian Health Board
50 F St NW, Suite 600 | Washington, DC 20001 | Phone: 202-507-4070 | Email: [email protected]