The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was introduced on
December 2, 1970 by President Richard Nixon. The agency is charged
with protecting human health and the environment, by writing and
enforcing regulations based on laws passed by Congress. The EPA's
struggle to protect health and the environment is seen through each
of its official publications. These publications outline new
policies, detail problems with enforcing laws, document the need
for new legislation, and describe new tactics to use to solve these
issues. This collection of publications ranges from historic
documents to reports released in the new millennium, and features
works like: Bicycle for a Better Environment, Health Effects of
Increasing Sulfur Oxides Emissions Draft, and Women and
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