Browse an extensive list of federal, state, and local agencies, and other organizations that work on geoscience issues.
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|Hawaii Office of Conservation and Coastal Lands||http://dlnr.hawaii.gov/occl/||Contact Information||
The OCCL is responsible for overseeing approximately 2 million acres of private and public lands that lie within the State Land Use Conservation District. In addition, to privately and publicly zoned Conservation District lands, OCCL is responsible for overseeing beach and marine lands out to the seaward extent of the State’s jurisdiction.
|Hawaii Office of Environmental Quality Control||http://health.hawaii.gov/oeqc/||
The Office of Environmental Quality Control (OEQC) facilitates Hawaiʻi’s environmental review process. The office announces the availability of environmental assessments (EAs) and environmental impact statements (EISs) for public review and comment in its semi-monthly publication, The Environmental Notice. OEQC staff also review and comment on these documents and provide assistance throughout the environmental review process.
|Hawaii State Energy Office||http://energy.hawaii.gov/||
With the state’s goal to reach 100 percent renewable energy generation by 2045, the Hawaii State Energy Office (HSEO) is leading the state’s charge toward clean energy independence. HSEO is committed to developing and deploying high impact solutions that will maximize Hawaii’s renewable energy resources and improve efficiency and transportation standards. Through effective policies and innovative programs, HSEO has positioned Hawaii as a leader in clean energy innovation, which will generate quality jobs, attract investment opportunities and accelerate economic growth.
|Hazards Caucus Alliance||http://www.hazardscaucus.org||
The primary goal of the Hazards Caucus Alliance is to develop a wider understanding within Congress that reducing the risks and costs of natural disasters, as well as man-made hazards, is a public value. That requires educating Members and staff about the costs of these disasters to their districts and states, and the benefits their constituents will realize through greater efforts to understand, prevent, and mitigate all hazards.
|History of Earth Sciences Society||http://www.historyearthscience.org/||
The History of the Earth Sciences Society (HESS) offers opportunities to interact and exchange ideas with others interested in the history of the geosciences, whether scientists or historians.
|House Committee on Agriculture||https://agriculture.house.gov/||U.S. Congress|
|House Committee on Appropriations||https://appropriations.house.gov/||U.S. Congress|
|House Committee on Education and Labor||https://edworkforce.house.gov/||U.S. Congress|
|House Committee on Energy and Commerce||https://energycommerce.house.gov/||U.S. Congress|
|House Committee on Natural Resources||https://naturalresources.house.gov/||U.S. Congress|