- Amanda Sutton
- André Wade
- Cameron Hodges
- Carlton Waterhouse
- Charles Lee
- Cindy Newberg
- Eliana De Leon
- Evonne Marzouk
- Frederick Thompson
- Gayle Hubert
- Hilary Clark
- Janet McCabe
- Jeanne Briskin
- John Goodin
- KC Becker
- Marcia Anderson, PhD
- Marianne Engelman-Lado
- Maureen Gwinn
- Michael Regan
- Radhika Fox
- Rhina Lara
- Rosemary Enobakhare
- Sandra Rivera
- Scott Mansfield
- Shayna Sellars
- Sherri Comerford
- William Wheeler
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Learning about water use in one of the driest states in America
Getting people to change their water use habits is more complicated than just putting up posters. There is clearly a major gap in water knowledge and action - raising awareness of water use concerns is the first step for a sustainable future.
- By: Cameron Hodges
Inspiring Students to Tackle Environmental Challenges
Each change in habit, no matter how small, can make an impact. I wanted to make sure that our visit left an impression and helped encourage lasting change in the Earth’s youngest environmentalists.
- By: KC Becker
Two Years of Delivering Real Results to Real People
Over the last two years we’ve had plenty of reasons to celebrate. We’re moving faster than ever before and we're not stopping now. Let’s go!
- By: Michael Regan
Using Pesticides Properly Can Protect People, Plants and Animals
On this forty-ninth anniversary of the Endangered Species Act, I am reminded that by using pesticides properly, we not only protect our environment, and some of our most vulnerable species, we also protect ourselves.
- By: Hilary Clark
Green Your Holiday This Season
As we travel, feast, decorate, and spread holiday cheer, we also consume resources and generate waste. Instead of checking gifts for others off my shopping list, I’m learning new ways to show my appreciation for the important people in my life.
- By: Scott Mansfield
Researching Improvements for Wastewater Lagoons in Small, Rural and Tribal Communities
Lagoons are mostly found in small, rural, and Tribal communities that face disproportionate environmental justice concerns. These are some of our most vulnerable communities and often low income or communities of color are disproportionally impacted.
- By: Radhika Fox
Protecting Children Around the World from the Dangers of Lead Paint
There is no known safe level of lead exposure without harmful effects, and even low levels of lead exposure may cause lifelong health problems.
- By: Evonne Marzouk
Celebrating 50 Years of Protecting the Ocean
During their travels, marine animals may face plastic pollution, impacts of climate change, and other threats. Their future survival can hinge on environmental laws that protect the ocean.
- By: Hilary Clark
Get Ready for National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week!
Lead exposure to children today can have lifelong impacts on their health. Learn about lead and lead poisoning prevention during National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week.
- By: Shayna Sellars
Hispanic Heritage Month: My journey en La EPA
For me, being a Hispanic EPA employee means being a part of the next generation of change agents – following the footsteps of the minority leaders who have made such a difference at our Agency.
- By: Sandra Rivera, Eliana De Leon
EPA’s New Office of Environmental Justice and External Civil Rights: A Moment in History
The newly created Office of Environmental Justice and External Civil Rights will ensure federal funding makes it to communities that have been left out for far too long.
- By: Marianne Engelman-Lado
Lifting Up and Phasing Down: A Service to America Medal Recipient’s Story
The Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medal is a wonderful way to acknowledge the hard work that federal employees do, day in and day out, and highlight some of our critical actions.
- By: Cindy Newberg
How's Your School's Air Quality?
As teachers, staff, and students all get ready to head back to the classroom, it’s also important to ensure that our schools welcome these important people back into a healthy learning environment.
- By: Jeanne Briskin
The Inflation Reduction Act: A Big Deal for People and the Planet
The Inflation Reduction Act is the most aggressive action in tackling the climate crisis in U.S. history. This law will reduce harmful air pollution, advance environmental justice, and save families money on their energy bills.
- By: Michael Regan
Forever Connected: Rivers as a Driving Force for Partnerships
The Mississippi River flows through 10 states and four EPA Regions. Regions 4, 5, 6, and 7 are committed to begin working with the Mississippi River cities to reduce plastic pollution in the main artery in the heart of our country.
- By: Gayle Hubert