Tues., Sept. 15, 2020, 10:00 a.m. PT – How to Prevent Pollution and Save Money from Energy Use at Tribal Businesses: Assessments, Planning, Best Practices, and Case Studies: Energy use by tribal businesses, governments, and other organizations is expensive and the costs of traditional energy supplies continues to increase. Depending on the fuel source, energy use can also harm the environment and human health locally, nationally, and on a global scale. In this 90-minute webinar, energy experts will describe how tribal businesses and organizations can assess energy use and management at their facilities and develop action plans to take advantage of opportunities to reduce consumption, switch to cleaner sources, minimize human health and environmental impacts, and save money. The Tribal P2 Action Team will also share information about energy related P2 activities occurring at Pala and San Pasqual tribal businesses.
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