EPA offers economic development benefits for many generations to come.

Posted on November 13, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized |

This notice announces the availability of funds and solicits applications from eligible entities to compete for financial assistance through the Sustainable Skylines Initiative (SSI). The SSI provides a framework to integrate transportation, energy, land use and air quality planning programs into projects that yield measurable air quality benefits in a relatively short period of time. SSI works with eligible entities to aid their communities to develop locally-led activities to help reduce emissions and promote sustainability with the goal of cleaner and healthier air. This is performed by participants working with EPA and other partners to increase community participation and leverage resources. The long-term goal of SSI is to help communities build self-sustaining, community-based partnerships that will continue to achieve positive environmental impacts, livability, and economic development benefits for many generations to come.
 
Eligible Applicants:
– State & County governments
– City or township governments
– Public and State controlled institutions of higher education
– Native American tribal governments (Federally recognized)
– Private institutions of higher education
– Others (see text field entitled “Additional Information on Eligibility” for clarification)
 
Please note that the closing date is December 17, 2008
 
For information about EPA’s Brownfields Program,  please visit http://www.epa.gov/brownfields
 
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