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A guide to government and nongovernmental resources on the environment.

Introduction

A natural arch near a hiking trail in Arches National Park.

The natural world or physical surroundings in general, either as a whole or within a particular geographical area, esp. as affected by human activity (The Oxford English Dictionary). The topic can touch on health, climate change, development, and the law.

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Government Information Library

The Government Information Library is a regional library of the Federal Depository Library Program as well as a depository of Colorado state, United Nations, and European Union information. It consists of over five million items from the United States government, Colorado and other state governments, foreign governments, and international governmental organizations like the UN. As a federal depository, the Library also offers assistance and its collections to members of the public. This includes providing public computers for unrestricted access to government information on the Internet.

We offer a wide array of services to support students, staff, and faculty, including online guides for research, one-on-one consultations, class instruction, phone, email, and walk-in reference.

 

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Tips & Tools for Searching Gov Info

Information is arranged by government entity or agency. The agency is the best place to start.

  • Identify the agency by searching for keywords in USA.gov or the IGO/NGO search below.
  • Scan the results to identify relevant agencies. 
  • Search for and go to the agency homepage. 
  • Take a quick look at the menu. 
  • When all else fails, ask for help!

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Envirofacts – Enforcement and Compliance History Online (ECHO)

Image Credits

A natural arch near a hiking trail in Arches National Park. Public domain. Photo by Dennis Adams