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2019 Annual Get-Together

April 22nd with Gina McCarthy and Bill Reilly

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Half Century of Progress


Half of all Americans didn't experience the pollution problems the nation faced before 1970.  Help tell the story of environmental improvement and remaining challenges.

Mentoring and Training for EPA Staff


Share your wisdom with today's employees and leaders.

Job Center


The Job Center lists tens of jobs and also provides links to over 1000 other job banks with jobs in the environmental area.

History of EPA

The story of EPA as only we can tell it!

Anthrax Cleanup.  Administrators  Reilly, Thomas and Ruckelshaus, Deputy Administrator Hank Habicht.  The creation of EPA. Early implementation of the Safe Drinking Water Act & More.


EPA of the Future


As EPA approaches its 50th birthday in 2020, what should EPA look like at age 75?

See videos and materials from our very successful April 2019 Conference in Washington

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Alumni in the Classroom


Alumni offer free help to educators at all levels by participating in the classroom and helping with research.


Friday, November 15, 2019 Book Talk
A Better Planet: 40 Big Ideas for a Sustainable Future
At Politics and Prose Bookstore, Union Market


You are invited to a discussion about a book with a lot of alumni authors just published by The Yale Environmental Dialogue, A Better Planet: 40 Big Ideas for a Sustainable Future (Yale University Press, 2019).


The authors of these essays include several EPA alumni: Dan Esty (editor of the book and speaker at the book talk), Tracy Mehan, Paul Anastas and Julie Zimmerman (co-authors), Derry Allen and John Reeder (co-authors), David Rejeski, Barry Hill, Ingrid Burke (former SAB member) and Marian Chertow (former NACEPT member). 


This volume presents 40 essays on new ways to think about pressing environment and sustainability issues and practical strategies to address them. The topics include, among others, climate, biodiversity, water use and reuse, waste and materials management, renewable energy, corporate sustainability leadership, environmental justice, big data, fracking, systems analysis, public lands and disaster risk. 

When Friday, November 15th, 2019  

7:00 pm to 8:00 pm


Politics and Prose Bookstore

1270 5th Street NE

Washington DC 20002

Region 6 Earth Day 2019

Photo Album


Earth Day 50


In 2020 we will mark the 50th anniversary of Earth Day on April 22 and the 50th anniversary of EPA's creation on December 2.  We are partnering with Earth Day Network to develop materials our members can use in Teach-ins about these two landmark events and to describe the work which remains to be done to realize a clean and healthy environment in the US and for the planet. Check back again soon for more information on planned EPA@50 activities and events.

Latest from Members

Jim Repace Publishes Enemy No.1
Waging the War on Secondhand Smoke
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Pam Hill has written a Book
Environmental Protection: What Everyone Needs to Know
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Margo Oge Has Written A Book
Driving the Future: Combating Climate Change with Cleaner, Smarter Cars.
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Jon Cannon Has Authored A Book
Environment in the Balance: The Green Movement and the Supreme Court
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