Air Tools

For national air quality data, try the maps and data from the National Atmospheric Deposition Program at:

Data Tools

For energy data, information and analyses on a state, national or international level, try the U.S. Energy Information Administration's site at:

Energy Tools

The U.S. Department of Energy's recently upgraded website contains all things energy related, and can direct you to the many subsites and programs it operates:

For information about all things related to renewable energy in the U.S., try the National Renewable Energy Laboratory's site at:

Bricker & Eckler produces numerous resources related to Ohio's energy arena, specifically in their Energy & Public Utilities, Environmental, and Green Strategies groups:

The Ohio Power Siting Board keeps track of energy installations statewide:

To access information about Ohio’s certified renewable energy installations, try the PUCO’s listing:

Land Tools

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources website contains a wealth of information about the way resources are utilized and conserved statewide:

Policy Tools

To access comprehensive information about state energy policies nationwide, try the Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency:

For information about federal environmental policies and programs, the go-to source is the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency:

For information about Ohio environmental policies and programs, start with the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency:

To learn more about the public utility services in Ohio (electric, natural gas, telephone, water and wastewater, rail and trucking), the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio has it all:

Water Tools

For a quick and easy way to determine drainage area of a stream basin try the USGS StreamStats:

To determine the river mile of your stream, try the Ohio EPA historic river mile maps:

To calculate flow discharge, try Wright Water Engineers’ Parshall Flume Flow Table for pygmy and velocity meters:

Zero Waste Tools

Are you interested in hosting a Green Event at Ohio University? Click the following link to get started, or contact for more information:

If you'd like to learn more about how to host a Green Event at Ohio University, download the "Green Event Guide" for a checklist to use to make your event more sustainable:

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