U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
How to Reduce Your Smoke Exposure
Reducing exposure to wildfire smoke is important for everyone’s health — especially children, older adults, and people with heart or lung disease.
Revitalizing Overburdened Communities
EPA is investing a historic $315 million to help address the economic, social, and environmental challenges caused by legacy pollution at brownfield sites.
Tackling the Climate Crisis
EPA proposed new carbon pollution standards for fossil fuel-fired power plants that will protect public health and avoid more than 600 million metric tons of CO2 pollution.
Investing in Zero-Emission Trucks and Port Upgrades
The Clean Ports Program and Clean Heavy-Duty Vehicle Program will invest in solutions that protect people and the planet while supporting the creation of good-paying jobs and economic prosperity in communities across the country.
Wildfires and Indoor Air Quality
When wildfires create smoky conditions there are things you can do to reduce your family's exposure to smoke indoors.
Investing in America
EPA has an opportunity to move further and faster than ever before to build a healthier and brighter future for people and the planet.
Applying for EPA Grants
Discover EPA-hosted webinars to learn how to apply for, or manage an EPA grant.
Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Funding
Discover the historic investments made in the health, equity, and resilience of American communities through Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funding.
Understanding and addressing climate change is critical to EPA's mission of protecting human health and the environment. Find resources and accurate information about climate change.
Drinking Water Resources
Learn how water gets to your drinking water tap every day, the different types of public water systems, and other basic information about drinking water safety.
Read commentary-style articles from EPA staff.
Investing in America to Build a Brighter, Healthier Future
With unprecedented investments, we are moving further and faster than ever before to build a healthier and brighter future for our people and our planet.
Celebrating Urban Parks During National Park Week
Spending time in nature can lower our blood pressure, improve our cardiovascular health, and reduce stress. Regardless of our circumstances, we all deserve and need parks wherever we live.
EPA News Releases
Read the latest news from EPA.
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