Anahola Homesteaders Council Wins Environmental Justice Achievement Award for Tribal Government and Indigenous Organizations

The Environmental Justice Achievement Awards recognize organizations for their success in addressing environmental justice issues or by adopting the goals of environmental justice to positively impact their community.

The goals of the Environmental Justice Awards Program include, but are not limited to, the following:

  1. promote positive behavior on environmental justice issues by all stakeholder groups,
  2. document models of success for others to emulate,
  3. encourage achievement of environmental results in communities having environmental justice issues,
  4. encourage collaborative problem solving by all stakeholder organizations to address significant environmental justice concerns.

To be considered for the award, organizations are evaluated based on the following criteria:

  1. innovation
  2. community responsibility
  3. community, equity, and public involvement
  4. partnerships and collaboration
  5. environmental justice integration
  6. demonstrated results/effectiveness/sustainability

See the Anahola Homesteaders CouncilĀ  Award here.

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