Border 2025: U.S. - Mexico Border Environmental Program
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North American Development Bank, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
U.S. EPA Region 9 and the North American Development Bank
are offering grants for projects designed to to protect
human health and the environment in the border region,
with a focus on underserved communities that may be
disproportionately impacted by environmental risks.
Priority areas include:
- Reducing air pollution
- Improving water quality
- Promoting sustainable materials management, and clean
- Improving joint preparedness for and response to
hazardous environmental emergencies
- Addressing environmental justice and climate change
- Promoting environmental health
Eligible applicants include:
- U.S. non-governmental organizations registered as
- Mexican non-governmental organizations that have a
CLUNI (Clave Única de Inscripción) registration number
- U.S. and Mexican local and state governmental
- Colleges and universities
- Federally-recognized tribes
- Mexican indigenous communities
Projects must take place within 62.5 miles of either side
of the U.S. - Mexico border.
Within 62.5 miles of either side of the U.S. - Mexico border in the in the California-Baja California and Arizona-Sonora regions.
Environmental health · Public health · U.S.-Mexico Border Region · Arizona · California
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