BP Oil Spill Information
What methods that EPA is using to provide information to the public on the BP spill are the most effective? Which of these methods could be adapted to other EPA programs?
Throughout our response to the BP oil spill, EPA has sought to provide complete and accurate information about cleanup status; air, water, and sediment quality; possible health effects; and other information relating to the spill. Outreach methods include publishing information online, participating in public events, and holding face-to-face meetings. EPA wants to know which communication methods you find effective and which you’d like to see EPA adapt for use in other programs.
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