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Thursday, November 15, 2007

From the Region 6 Roundtable: Seventh Generation

This November the Region 6 P2 Roundtable will be meeting in New Mexico and discussing Tribal P2. The New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) Pollution Prevention Program understands the diverse needs of the 21 pueblos and tribes in their state. The program has worked with several tribes and pueblos to reduce their environmental impacts. They have resources to assist pueblos and tribes with environmental community surveys. Using the 7 Generations approach, pueblos and tribes can prioritize and determine environmental needs specific to their communities.

7 Generations [PDF] - Brochure Addressing Environmental Issues for Future Generations of Native Americans in New Mexico.

Other resources for pueblos and tribes:


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