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EPA’s work to improve air quality, expand access to clean water, and protect vulnerable communities from toxic pollution extends from across North America to nearly 180 nations worldwide. Through collaborative efforts with partners from around the world, EPA is working to facilitate commerce, promote sustainable development, protect vulnerable populations and engage diplomatically around the world.

Both domestically and globally, protecting human health and the environment is essential to sustainable economic growth and development. EPA supports these goals by:

  • working with domestic and international partners,
  • providing technical analysis and capacity building assistance through knowledge-sharing and best practices, and
  • supporting the dissemination and use of environment-friendly technologies and environmentally-supportive investments and financial instruments.


For more information on EPA activities relevant to environmental technologies exports, see these EPA program pages or contact Marc Lemmond of the Office of International and Tribal Affairs at or (202) 564-5998.

Air and Radiation

Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention

International and Tribal Affairs

Research & Development

Solid Waste & Emergency Response