This act promotes the regulated usage of federal areas like national parks, monuments, reservations which conserves the beauty of nature in these areas, wildlife, and keeps the environment from being altered.
This act fought to promote less flooding of agricultural areas and gave farmers subsidies to plant native vegetation like trees, and plants rather than commercialized crops in order to keep the soil nutrient.
The regulations of pesticides being sold, distributed, and used by use of licenses.
A comprehensive law that regulates air pollution from mobile transit. Addresses public health and risks from air pollutants.
This act is aimed towards the commercialized fishing of national fish, shellfish, and wildlife resources. This act was also administered for the rights of citizens to fish recreationally.
Helps against the liabilities held towards nuclear industries for things such as nuclear damage or accidents but also compensates for citizens as well.
Establishes National Preservation Systems for the permanent good of people, environment and animals.
To create an optimal amount of water use by coordinating the use and planning of water along with the land use by the establishment of water resources.
Committed to safeguarding our water resources ad natural areas. This act also provides recreational opportunities to citizens. It protects natures history and anesthetic of the land.
This act's objectives is to maintain, support and restore the existing chemical, physical, and biological integrity of the country's water sources, by providing assistance to water treatment plants, and preventing pollution.
Protect species' inhabitants and habitats. Gives additional protection to wildlife in danger of going extinct.
This allows the full of partial discussion of information that was once unreleased such as documents that are controlled by the Central Government.
Created many trials in order to promote preservation of parks and allowed to travel within natural trails to preserve the appreciation of the "open-air", enjoyment and beauty that nature provides.
This act provides the framework for protecting the environment and its surroundings.
Establishes the basic understanding and regulation of things being polluted into bodies of water in the U.S and regulating pollutants in surface waters.
All marine mammals are to be protected under the MMPA.
Provides conservation of species that are considered endangered or threatened.
Ensures the future safety and resources of forests.
A public law that protects the public's drinking water supplies throughout the nation.
Aims to protect endangered species of animals and plants. Also known as CITES it protects the overexploitation of wildlife, and aims to ensure that the trading of species does not impair the future of their survival.
Protects, develops and enhances the productivity of the nation's land and resources.
Calls for the management of interests concerning the forests in the U.S by planning and integrating.
Governs the way land is distributed by the Bureau of Land Management.
The governing of waste and disposal of solid and hazardous waste.
A national plan for soil and water conservation on private lands based on inventory of existing resource abundance and conditions.
Protects the environment from the harmful effects of surface mining. This act makes sure surface mining is done in a way that is environmentally responsible, and the land is reclaimed once mining is done.
Controlling and regulating activities done in the arctic such as fishing, whaling, and sealing. Addresses the environmental concerns in Antarctica.
Was aimed to convert oil and gas supply and dependence on conservative energy and to promote fuel efficiency and renewable energy through taxes.
Authorizes financial assistance for developing nongame fish and wildlife.
Created a tax on chemical and petroleum industries and provided authority to respond to releases of hazardous substances that can endanger public health and the environment.
Establishes that each state is responsible for disposing low level radioactive waste generated in the area.
A program for the safe disposal of highly radioactive substances, the act also manages the disposal from place to place.
Assists other countries in the protection of endangered species and enhances the knowledge of international environmental issues
Lowered the price and incomes of the dairy herd buyout programs
The purchase of wetlands and instituted A National Wetlands Priority Conservation Plan.
Protocol on substances that deplete the ozone. The protection of the ozone by phasing out products that are responsible for the depletion.
The banned dumping of pollutants and wastes into bodies of water.
The registration of trademarks in multiple locations.
Bans the illegal trafficking of wildlife.
Reducing the amount of polluting through changes in production, operation and use.
Reduce and prevent the production and disposal of waste.
The promotion of environmentally friendly behavior.
Preserves the Mojave trails national monument and got rid of death valley.
Manages the use of pesticides in production of food and regarded the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, Rodenticide Act
Sets internationally binding emission reduction targets