And the Winners are…
By Tom Damm
The most ‘app’ealing entries in EPA’s Apps for the Environment challenge have been announced.
We gave you a heads up about the challenge in a blog post earlier this year. Click here to read it.
The challenge encouraged new and innovative uses of EPA’s data to create apps that address environmental and public health issues. Developers from across the country created apps with information on a variety of topics, including water protection. A few even developed games to help people learn environmental facts.
Click this link for information about the winning entries and other submissions. http://appsfortheenvironment.challenge.gov/submissions
About the Author: Tom Damm has been with EPA since 2002 and now serves as communications coordinator for the region’s Water Protection Division. Prior to joining EPA, he held state government public affairs positions in New Jersey and worked as a daily newspaper reporter. When not in the office, Tom enjoys cycling and volunteer work. Tom and his family live in Hamilton Township, N.J., near Trenton.
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