Regional Sustainability and Environmental Sciences Research Program (RESES)
Improving Life-Cycle Assessment for Communities
EPA Tool Helps Guide Coastal Communities
Researchers Assess Roadside Vegetation Barriers with a Suite of Air Monitors
Webinar: Helping states with elevated temperature landfills; increase resiliency to flooding
Winning Formula: Making Connections to Turn Food Waste into Energy
EPA and Brownsville, TX, Team Up to Address Mosquito-borne Disease Risk
Collaboration and Partnership for Sustainable and Healthy Communities
The Regional Sustainability and Environmental Sciences (RESES) program, led by EPA’s Office of Research and Development (ORD), matches Agency scientific and technical expertise with high-priority, short-term research needs in each of the Agency’s ten Regions across the nation.
By design, RESES emphasizes collaboration and partnerships to deliver targeted science that can inform Agency and local decision-making. Projects are funded through an internal (EPA-only) annual solicitation for proposals.
Please explore our projects (listed below by year or subject matter) to learn more about the research and impacts of the RESES program.
Explore RESES Projects by Subject Matter
- All RESES Projects
- Contaminated Sites
- Sustainable Materials Management
- Ecosystems and Public Health
- Community Revitalization and Resilience
- Air and Water Resources