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Highlights from Our Blog

Here are some green-chemistry-inspired blog posts from EPA's Official blog, Greenversations.

The Lake Guardian

Lake Guardian: Shipboard and Shoreline Science Workshop Day 1 Wrap Up!

All aboard! Dr. Joel Hoffman kicks off a week of blogs highlighting the action from EPA’s Research Vessel Lake Guardian as he and his colleagues set sail for a week of science and education on a floating workshop on Lake Superior. Read about the expedition.

Continuously Strengthening our Science

EPA Assistant Administrator for the Office of Research and Development shares insights into the Agency’s efforts to make one of its most widely used science-based tools, the Integrated Risk Information System (IRIS), even stronger. Read Dr. Anastas’ post.

EPA Assistant Administrator Paul Anastas
Man on the moon

A Green Chemistry Moon Shot

Summer student intern Chris Crane shares his inspiring experience learning about the past, present, and promising future of green chemistry at the 15th Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference.
Read Chris’ post.

EPA Study Shows Health Hazards Associated with Peat Wildfire Smoke

The Regional Administrator for EPA New England, Curt Spalding, discusses the necessary steps to make green chemistry an economic driver in New England and the U.S. Read more about Green Chemistry and the economy.
Wildfire smoke
Tanya Otte

Modeling Matters—Where could it go, and how do we know?

EPA research scientist Tanya Otte introduces a new “Science Wednesday” series exploring the fascinating work of scientific modeling: “collections of equations built from what we know.” 
Read Tanya's post.

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