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View Resource P3: People, Prosperity and the Planet Student Design Competition for Sustainability

This competition is focused on benefiting people, promoting prosperity, and protecting the planet through innovative designs to address challenges to sustainability in both the developed and...
View Resource Plant Genes Modified to Fight Pollution

An article on using genetically engineered seedling to remove toxins in soil.
View Resource Pollution Prevention Information Clearinghouse Resource List

Environmental Protection Agency Pollution Prevention Information Clearinghouse provides a list of documents, publications and websources concerning Environmental Accounting; Environmentally...
View Resource Pollution Prevention Toolbox

A series of lesson plans and activities on how to prevent pollution.
View Resource Regional P2 Contacts

Environmental Protection Agency Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics provides contact names, phone numbers, fax numbers and addresses for each region.
View Resource United States Environmental Protection Agency

Links to news articles, information on a wide variety of environmental topics and for a variety of groups from students to industry, information about businesses in 'your community', laws &...
View Resource Water Pollutants

The EPA released to the news media Dec.14, 1988 information that stated there is some kind of toxic substance in our ground water no matter where we live in the US! We have all heard some reference...
View Resource Wetlands and Runoff

Since wetlands are typically the lowest area on the landscape, they often receive runoff from surrounding land. Several of the key programs that address such pollution are discussed in this fact...
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