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United States Web Site Links
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences - conducts basic research on environmental health and environment-related diseases. Links to information on programs, grants, research, events, contracts, employment, training, outreach events, public information.
Kentucky Pollution Prevention Center (KPPC) - Provides free environmental help to KY companies. Services include site assessments, a newsletter, a waste exchange, and more
Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP) - Interagency organization identifies, develops, and transitions environmental technologies that relate directly to defense mission accomplishment.
Southern Appalachian Man and the Biosphere (SAMAB) - The Southern Appalachian Man and the Biosphere Program (SAMAB) is a consortium of Federal and State Agencies established by an inter-agency agreement to promote the enhancement of environmental health, economic use, and cultural values across the Southern Appalachians.
STAPPA/ALAPCO: State/Local Air Pollution Control Agencies -
U.S. Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence (AFCEE) - A field operating agency of The Civil Engineer of the Air Force. Services and products in environmental restoration, environmental quality, design and construction, public affairs, conservation and environmental planning, and related areas.
DOE Environmental Sciences Division Office of Biological and Environmental Research - supports basic research in two general program areas: Environmental Processes: Global Change Research and Environmental Remediation Research
U.S. Government Environmental Agencies - A directory of environmental government agencies at the state and federal levels.
President's Council on Environmental Quality - News, accomplishments and information about the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).
National Research Council (NRC) Committee on Grand Challenges in Environmental Sciences - Invites the submission of ideas from the scientific community to describe a few grand challenges that appear to have the greatest scientific importance, research potential and practical value.
National Association of Counties (U.S.) - Environmental Projects -
HAZWRAP (Hazardous Waste Remedial Actions Program) - U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) program providing environmental management and technical services to government agencies and foreign governments. Expertise includes environmental investigations and assessments, site characterization, regulatory compliance, waste management, pollution prevention, technology evaluation and application, training and education, unexploded ordnance removal and disposal, demilitarization, and remedial design and remedial action.
Resources Agency of California, Office of the Secretary - The mission of the California Resources Agency is to oversee the State's activities relating to the conservation, management, and enhancement of California's natural and cultural resources.
Gulf of Mexico Program - To facilitate the protection and restoration of the coastal marine water of the Gulf of Mexico and its coastal natural habitats; to sustain living resources; to protect human health and the food supply; and to ensure the recreational use of Gulf shores, beaches and waters in ways consistent with the economic well-being of the region, through a network of citizens and institutions.
National Research Council Commission on Geosciences, Environment, and Resources - Provides scientific and technological advice to the U.S. government on a variety of public policy issues, such as pollution control, management of radioactive and toxic wastes, natural disaster mitigation, protection of water and other natural resources, exploration of Earth's resources, and global change.
South Florida Ecosystem Program - Topics include mercury contamination, hydrology, coastal wetlands, remote sensing, and more.
DENIX on the Web - U.S. Defense Department Environmental Network & Information eXchange. News and information about DOE environmental programs and opportunities.
The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) - The agency responsible for conservation of natural resources on private land. NRCS provides technical assistance to landowners using voluntary programs.
FHWA Office of Environment and Planning - Federal Highway Administration site includes information and links on transportation planning, air quality, water resources, traffic noise, and other environmental topics.
Ecological Exposure Research Division - EPA division develops suites of biological indicators to describe the condition of watershed ecosystems.
Council of Great Lakes Governors - The Great Lakes Governors share a dual stewardship for both the worlds single largest source of fresh water and the industrial heartland of North America. Today, the Council Governors lead the nation in advancing strategic alliances that stress continued protection of their natural resources and a sustainable world-class regional economy.
California Environmental Technology Center - The CA Environmental Protection Agency and the UC San Diego-Scripps Institution of Oceanography (UCSD/SIO) have formed a partnership. The CETC priorities are guided by the California "Strategic Plan" and the White House's "Technology for a Sustainable Future".
Southern California Coastal Water Research Project - A joint powers agency focusing on marine environmental research.
Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management - OCRM's mission is to make sound decisions, with our partners, that ensure diverse, healthy coastal and ocean resources and resolve conflicts among users.
Chesapeake Bay Program - The regional partnership that's been leading and directing the restoration of the Chesapeake Bay since 1983.
California Biodiversity Council - Formed in 1991 to improve coordination and cooperation between the various resource management and environmental protection organizations at federal, state, and local levels.
Chesapeake Bay Commission - A legislative commission advancing the restoration of Chesapeake Bay.
Mojave Data Ecosystem Program - A wide variety of data and geographical information for mapping the Mojave Desert Ecosystem.
U.S. Army Environmental Center - Department of the Army located on the Aberdeen Proving Ground, dedicated to conserving and restoring the land we defend.
Rhode Island Sea Grant - Conducts research, training, and public outreach on priority issues of importance to the marine environment.
Arthur Carhart National Wilderness Training Center - US Federal Government inter-agency training center devoted to training federal and state land managers who have wilderness management responsibilities; They have also developed school curricula on wilderness for primary and secondary education levels.
Environmental and Societal Impacts Group - National Center for Atmospheric Research studies the interactions between climate, weather, and human activities.
Interagency Working Group on Sustainable Development Indicators - Established with a mandate to develop recommendations on steps the United States could take to realize sustainable development.