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The Report on the Environment(ROE) is an environmental indicator report produced by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA). The report's indicators attempt to answer questions "of critical importance to [U.S. EPA's] mission and the nation’s environment" Cite error: There are
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A team of research scientists within U.S. EPA's National Center for Environmental Assessment (NCEA), a subdivision of U.S. EPA's Office of Research and Development, direct this effort. The ROE U.S. EPA's ROE program has gained a reputation for adhering to high scientific standards --ref--.
United States History of Environmental Quality Reporting:
1969 - National Environmental Policy Act mandates an annual environmental quality report 1970 to 1997 - Council on Environmental Quality published annual Environmental Quality Reports (1994 and 1995 were combined) 2001 - U.S. EPA begins work on the ROE program, under Christine Todd Whitman (U.S. EPA Administrator, 01/31/01 - 06/27/03) 2003 -
NCEA becomes involved under U.S. EPA's head and begins work First draft published
The notion of an environmental report