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It's Our Environment is the Agency's general blog for engaging all readers about a wide variety of topics. Authors are primarily EPA employees but can include guest bloggers or cross-posts with other blogs.

 

State of the Environment Photo Project is collecting images of our lives and our planet from Earth Day 2011 through 2013. What will this time capsule hold for future generations? Share your thoughts and your photos.

 

It All Starts With Science is written by EPA scientists and engineers, their partners, and support staff as they work to better understand the relationship between people and the environment.

 

The Eco Student is written by EPA employees, educators, and students age 13 years and older, and concerns all the great things students are doing and can do to help the environment.

 

Environmental Justice in Action is a resource for educating and communicating about actions and ideas that advance the mission of environmental justice.

 

The Energy Star Current lets readers share their thoughts on energy efficiency and tips for saving energy.


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