American Indian Environmental Office
The American Indian Environmental Office (AIEO) coordinates the Agency-wide effort to strengthen public health and environmental protection in Indian Country, with a special emphasis on building Tribal capacity to administer their own environmental programs. AIEO oversees development and implementation of the Agency's Indian Policy and strives to ensure that all EPA Headquarters and Regional Offices implement their parts of the Agency's Indian Program in a manner consistent with Administration policy to work with Tribes on a government-to-government basis and EPA's trust responsibility to protect Tribal health and environments.
EMAN Home Page / RESE Page d'accueil (Ecological Monitoring and Assessment Network CA)
The Ecological Monitoring and Assessment Network (EMAN) is a national network of monitoring and research sites characterized by long term, multi-disciplinary studies. Sites within a single ecozone are loosely linked in an ecological framework. The network strives to facilitate cooperation and a holistic approach to ecological enquiry and ecosystem understanding. Ecological Science Cooperatives (ESCs) in the network promote connections among the network sites operating across the country. The network is highly decentralized and acts as a coordinating body, facilitating communications among participants and providing strategic direction.
Indigenous Environmental Network
An environmental and economic justice alliance of Indigenous Peoples protecting the sacredness of Mother Earth and building sustainable communities.
Indigenous Peoples Biodiversity Information Network HomePage
IBIN is currently in a pilot phase, and is being designed to both serve the private internal needs of indigenous groups and to facilitate the sharing information publicly. It will work to foster communications among indigenous groups globally, and to aid indigenous peoples form their own locally appropriate communications plans.
Native Americans and the Environment
Links, articles, and bibliographies on environmental issues facing Native Americans in the U.S. and Canada.
Waste Management in Indian Country
EPA's Tribal Solid Waste Management Program encourages municipal solid waste and hazardous waste management practices in Indian Country that are protective of human health and the environment.
West Coast Environmental Law Web Site and Library (BC)
West Coast Environmental Law first opened its doors in 1974, and we have been actively promoting progressive environmental law reform ever since. Over the years we have helped establish or shape many of the most significant environmental legislative initiatives that have been enacted by our provincial and federal governments.