EPA Publishes 2013 Highlights of Progress Report

May 23, 2014

This report provides a roadmap to guide future programmatic planning

EPA Response to Climate Change Report 2013

In 2012, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released the "National Water Program 2012 Strategy." This document describes long-term goals for the management of sustainable water resources in light of climate change and provides a roadmap to guide future programmatic planning. The 2013 "Highlights of Progress Report" is organized around the six vision areas described in the 2012 Strategy: water infrastructure, watersheds and wetlands, coastal and ocean waters, water quality, working with tribes and cross-cutting program support. It provides a summary of the major climate change-related accomplishments of EPA's national and regional water programs in 2013. This is the fifth climate change progress report for the EPA National Water Program. 

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