EJAir - OAR's Environmental Justice Web Site
Welcome to the EJAir Website
DATE: March 18-20, 2014
TOPIC: EPA RTP NC, EPA Clean Air Act Rulemaking and Permitting Training
February 2014 is Environmental Justice Month at EPA, Executive Order 12898 turns 20, events planned throughout the year.
See the Announcements page for current and previous announcements
On this website you'll find information about air quality and air pollution that may be of interest to Environmental Justice Communities. The site does not address all aspects of Environmental Justice but supplements more comprehensive information found on the EPA Environmental Justice Website.
- Announcements -Find links to announcements, training, webinars, and conference calls related to air pollution that may be of interest to EJ communities
- Basic Information - Find out more about EPA's Environmental Justice Program with links to general information on Environmental Justice and Community and Public Involvement
- Resources - Find general tools that help you gather information about air pollution (such as mapping tools, emission calculators)
- EJ Where You Live - Explore links that help identify air pollution in areas where you live
This website is maintained by EPA's Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards (OAQPS). OAQPS is part of EPA's Office of Air and Radiation (OAR). Our primary mission is to preserve and improve air quality in the United States. Our mission also includes integrating EPA's 2014 Environmental Justice Plan goals into our activities to help strengthen the technical capacity of communities, community-based organizations, and community health leaders.
Where did my topic go? If you've visited this page previously, you may notice it's been redesigned since December 2013. Check the Basic Information page links for information that may have previously been accessible on this page. If the information you are looking for is no longer available, please feel free to contact Ingrid Ward (email@example.com or 919-541-0300) or use the Contact Us Form. We'd love to hear your ideas on how to improve this site.