Environmental Justice Collaborative Problem-Solving Cooperative Agreement Program
A list of agency contacts by region is available in the application instructions.
This program provides funding to support community-based organizations to use the EPA Environmental Justice Collaborative Problem-Solving Model to develop and implement community-driven solutions that address environmental and/or public health issues for underserved communities. For this opportunity, underserved community is defined as a community with environmental justice concerns and/or vulnerable populations, including minority, low income, rural, tribal, indigenous, and homeless populations.
Past projects have included:
- Air quality and asthma
- Water quality
- Stormwater issues
- Green infrastructure
- Lead contamination
- Pesticides and other toxic substances
- Healthy homes
- Illegal dumping
- Emergency preparedness and disaster resiliency
- Environmental job training
- Youth development
Eligible applicants include:
- Incorporated nonprofit organizations
- Federally recognized tribal governments, including Alaska Native Villages
- Tribal organizations
Award ceiling: $120,000
Project period: 2 years
Estimated number of awards: 10 - One in each EPA region
Estimated total program funding: $1,200,000
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