EPA cooperates with the Environment Agency and the UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs to evaluate and predict impacts on human health and ecosystems from air pollution, including ground-level ozone, fine particles, acid deposition, global climate change, eutrophication, mercury and other toxic air contaminants.
The goal of the collaboration is to coordinate air quality research efforts and develop high quality scientific products and modeling tools that will support sound environmental policy decisions in the U.S. and the UK.
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- Intent to Collaborate with the United Kingdom, England and Wales (PDF)(3 pp, 1 MB, 10/7/2008)