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View Resource 10 Ways to Save Money by Going Green

Companies everywhere are looking for ways to go green and make a positive difference for the environment. Policies such as mandatory "green training" of employees and energy conservation are being...

http://www.focus.com/fyi/small-business/10-ways-save-money-g...
View Resource Even with Great Tech, No Easy Answers on Energy

A number of factors--a swelling world population with more people aspiring to higher standards of living, limited resources, and a pressing need to curb pollutants--mean that the world needs more...

http://news.cnet.com/8301-11128_3-10360807-54.html?part=rss&...
View Resource State-Specific Regulatory Information

Plans, programs, and designations developed by your state, district, commonwealth, or territory as required by federal regulations (e.g., your state's implementation plan under the Clean Air Act)....

http://www.epa.gov/epahome/statelocal.htm
View Resource Regulatory Information by Environmental Topic

EPA develops and enforces regulations that span many environmental categories, from acid rain reduction to wetlands restoration. We may not have Web pages for every regulatory requirement, but we...

http://www2.epa.gov/regulatory-information-topic
View Resource A Plan for a Comprehensive National Coastal Program

While the issues critical to coastal systems and the factors driving coastal change are national in scope, there are significant regional differences in coastal setting, climate, habitat, resources,...

http://me.water.usgs.gov/coastal/ExecSum.pdf
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