EEOP: Resources

Air Quality Resources:

Fun Learning Sites:       [top]
Explorers' Club: This site is a great place to explore air issues, plants & animals, garbage & recycling, water, and a fun clubhouse with an art room, games, a trophy case, and most importantly a science room.

Learn about chemicals around your house: This site is featured by the Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics Office of Pesticides Program. You are able to explore a house and learn about common chemical products around the house, pesticides and what to do incase of an accident.

Recycle City: Learn about how Dumptown turned into Recycle city by visiting different sections of the city. Learn about reduce, reuse and recycling. This site has a fun Dumptown game where you are Dumptown's city manager and make decisions about programs that transform the city.

Student Center: This site is a great place to explore various issues in air, water, waste, and laws, including an introduction to environmental issues, scholarship, careers, and internship information.

Kids Page: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 7 Kids Page. This page is a fun way to learn valuable environmental information.

Children's Health:       [top]
U.S. EPA Office of Children's Health Protection: This is an interesting site that explores children's health and their environment.

United States Environmental Protection Agency Global Warming Kids Site: This site is a fun place to learn about global warming and climate change.

Power Plants:       [top]
EPA Fact Sheet about how EPA regulates mercury and other air toxics emissions from coal and oil-fired power plants.

Vehicle Emissions:       [top]
Air Toxics from Motor Vehicles: This site is a fact sheet explains air toxics from motor vehicles, the health hazards like contributing to cancer, and talks about how to reduce air toxics.

For Ambitious Students:       [top]
U.S. EPA Green Vehicle Guide: EPA's Green Vehicle Guide gives information about air pollution emissions and fuel economy. This site allows you to look up your vehicle and determine how your car tailpipe emissions rank to other vehicles in its category and determines how environmentally friendly, also known as "green", your car is. (Note: before you look up your vehicle look at "EPA's rating system" to learn how the scale works in pounds of smog-forming pollution Per 15,000 Miles and look at graphs).

U.S. EPA 1997 National Air Quality, Status and Trends: This site looks at the status and trends of our nation's air quality.

U.S. EPA National Air Toxics Assessment Activities: You can view information about the 1996 emissions of the 33 air toxics plus diesel particulate matter (diesel PM) used in the national-scale assessment either a map format or in the more detailed data tables. More information on data sources for these emissions, as well as pie chart summaries of emissions information (on both the 33 air toxics and also all 188 toxic air pollutants) is included under "Data Sources" and "Data Summaries."

Air Quality:       [top]
Navajo Nation EPA Air Quality Control Program: a Power Point Presentation by Environmental Specialist Christopher Lee.

For more information, please contact:
Mansel Nelson