Request for Proposals – San Pasqual Tribal Government Complex Microgrid Project

The San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians (SPBMI) has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) to obtain firm fixed price proposals for full-scope design-build services for a hybrid solar+storage+liquefied propane (LP) gas-fueled microgrid. The proposed microgrid will provide resilient electricity service for the SPBMI Tribal Administration Campus, including six (6)

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Tribal Climate Health Training Opportunities

For the past two years, Prosper Sustainably has been working on behalf of the Pala Band of Mission Indians to develop the federally-funded Tribal Climate Health Project to build the capacity of tribes around the nation to prepare and address the health effects of climate change. We are now preparing

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CARE & CONNECTEDNESS: COMMUNITY-BASED STRATEGIES FOR TRAUMATIC CLIMATE EVENTS

An Interview with Dr. Douglas Walker, Mercy Family Center In September, I published an eye-opening interview with Dr. Bob Doppelt on how communities can prepare for the psychosocial impacts of climate change. This piece continues this critical conversation by talking about specific community-based psychosocial interventions that are being successfully applied

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NEW TRIBAL CLIMATE RESOURCES!

Prosper Sustainably facilitates the Tribal Climate Health Project, funded by the EPA and BIA and led by the Pala Band of Mission Indians. In a recent blog, we are pleased to share news about new tribal climate resources designed by the University of Washington and the Oregon Climate Change Research

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A BRIEF REVIEW OF CALIFORNIA’S FOURTH CLIMATE CHANGE ASSESSMENT

California recently released its Fourth Climate Change Assessment. This set of reports is an incredibly important read for any sustainability professional serving California communities. But, let’s face it, the stack of reports you should be reading is taller than you. So, let me give you some highlights from the Statewide

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ETEP/Strategic Planning and Grant Writing Workshops at 2017 TLEF – August 14th

Prosper Sustainably’s Principal Consultant, Josh Simmons will be conducting a 2-hour Grant Writing Workshop on August 14, 2017 from 10:00am to 12:00pm in the Greenwood / Cherry Street room and a 4-hour EPA-Tribal Environmental Plan (ETEP) and Strategic Planning workshop / mini-course on August 14th from 1:00pm to 5:00pm in

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ETEP Case Studies Webinar Recording and Slides

A video recording of the April 19, 2017 webinar hosted by Prosper Sustainably on “How the Pala Tribe and Yavapai Apache Nation Developed and Use an EPA-Tribal Environmental Plan (ETEP)” is now posted. Click here to view this video on YouTube. To download a PDF of the webinar slides, please click

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Upcoming ETEP Case Studies Webinar: How the Pala Tribe and Yavapai Apache Nation Developed and Use an EPA-Tribal Environmental Plan

Prosper Sustainably will be hosting a webinar on “How the Pala Tribe and Yavapai Apache Nation Developed and Use an EPA-Tribal Environmental Plan (ETEP)” on Wednesday, April 19, 2017 from 9:30am to 10:30am Pacific Time. During this case study webinar, Josh Simmons from Prosper Sustainably, Shasta Gaughen, Director of the PED,

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Now Offering On-Demand, Self-Paced ETEP Online Training Course

Prosper Sustainably is offering on-demand access to the ETEP Online Training Series videos and resources from the course recently held in the spring of 2016 along with all supplementary videos and resources that are added periodically.  This course is designed to help you develop a high quality EPA-Tribal Environmental Plan (ETEP), baseline needs assessment, and strategic planning and

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Upcoming ITEP Training: Developing and Implementing Tribal Solid Waste Codes (May 10-12, 2016)

May 10-12 2016 ITEP Training on “Developing and Implementing Tribal Solid Waste Codes” to be held in Albuquerque, NM.  APPLICATIONS DUE BY April 15, 2016 The Institute for Tribal and Environmental Professionals (ITEP) is hosting a “Developing and Implementing Tribal Solid Waste Codes” course to be held on May 10-12, 2016 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Prosper Sustainably’s Principal

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