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“I Breathe for the Trees”

This started as a song that Fellow Member Scott Fulton wrote to try to reduce the fairly complicated subject of climate change to something digestible for kids. It occurred to him that with the right art, it might make for a good YouTube piece. So, he turned to Tony Oposa for help. Tony is an environmental champion extraordinaire in Asia, responsible for advancing through the courts the principle of intergenerational natural resource equity via a case brought by children for children yet to come. 

 

You will find at the link below a collaboration that simply seeks to advance the cause of caring. Please pass it on; Scott and Tony waived copyright for nonprofit and educational use to make it easy to share and use.

             


"If We Turn This  Corner"
 

In Recognition of Climate Week & the Conference of the Parties under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP 28), we are sharing this video by Member Scott Fulton.  Scott asks that you share it with others!

     2024   Annual Meeting 
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 May 7, 2024,    6 pm EDT,   Washington, DC
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Juliet Eilperin, Washiugton Post
Lisa Friedman, New York Times
 

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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.

Alumni in the Classroom

 

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

Mentoring and Training for EPA Staff

 

Share your wisdom with today's employees and leaders.

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.

 

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EPA of the Future

 

Now that EPA has reached the age of 50 years old,  what should EPA look like at age 75?

See videos and materials from the work the Association has been doing on this important topic.

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  Past   Events

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 2023 Annual Meeting
Governor Whitman was our Virtual Speaker at this  Event.
  
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50th ANNIVERSARY of THE CLEAN WATER ACT

The Association's Panel Discussion by Former AAs and Stakeholders 

Administrator Regan's Remarks at the Cuyahoga River


For a Limited Time
Upstream Downriver
A 30 Minute Documentary about Efforts to Protect and Restore
US Waters

Jim Oberstar's Observations on the 4oth Anniversary

Our Clean Water Stories
Recollections of Our Members

EPA Journal
 

The Association has acquired back issues of this award-winning publication which captures over ten years of EPA history

Latest from Members

Mike Levin's second book entitled: Firebird: The Musical Life and Times of Rebecca Burstein-Arber. Available HERE
Mike passed away in 
early February 2024.
Mike Stahl has written The Promise of Public Service: Ideas and Examples for Effective Service.  Available on Amazon at this link.

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EPA 50th Anniversary
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12/2/2020


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