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Several regions of the world are experiencing increased health impacts due to increased pollution. We are witnessing an increasing and voracious appetite for energy from our own country, as well as developing countries. Most of the world’s transportation is still dependent upon fossil fuels, causing not only air pollution, but increasing Green House Gases resulting in global warming. We as citizens of the earth are in a crisis on several levels.

 

So what can we do to address these problems?

  • Educate ourselves about each of these issues.

  • Develop strategies to mitigate these problems through energy efficiency, and cleaner, renewable technologies for energy generation as well as transportation.

SEETA, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is dedicated to educating public agencies, policy makers, legislators, stakeholders, industry, corporate executives, and community organizations regarding the issues of Air Pollution and Green House Gases / Global Warming, and the attendant issues of Environmental Justice, Community Outreach, Public Policy, Air Quality, Pollution Prevention, Corporate Environmental Responsibility, and how they affect the balance between public health and a region’s economy.

SEETA activities include promoting and facilitating strategic partnerships, advocacy, conducting research, as well as planning and facilitating conferences.

 

Environmental and Public Benefits

By facilitating public/private partnerships, as well as stakeholder and community awareness, the environment can be improved without negatively impacting the local economy.

Other public benefits can be attained through increased utilization of energy efficient practices and measures, nonpolluting electric generation, as well as new, cleaner, renewable transportation technologies.

More public and societal benefits include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Pollution prevention
  • Improved public health
  • Green House Gas Emission reduction
  • Alternative, renewable, sustainable, affordable energy generation
  • Clean transportation technologies
  • Alternative Fuel infrastructure
  • Increased energy efficiency and demand side management
  • Improved access to business opportunities and advocacy
  • Business retention
  • Improved community / neighborhood development

  • Facilitation of ethnic community coalitions
  • Consumer rights / advocacy / education
  • Improved economic development, both urban and rural
  • Increased community access to research data and the creation of public policy
  • Team building and consensus building
  • Training for Green Jobs

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