Here is a selected webography of federal agency pages for Earth Day, 2006 (April 22):
On the anniversary of the first Earth Day in 1970, the federal government is cleaning the air, promoting land conservation, and improving water quality.
The Bush Administration is focused on achieving meaningful results – cleaner air and water, and healthier lands and wildlife habitats.
* The nation's air is much cleaner today than it was in 1970 and progress will continue.
* The trend of annual loss of wetlands has been reversed.
* Restoration and redevelopment of abandoned industrial sites is accelerating.
* President Bush is meeting his commitment to reduce the National Park Service maintenance backlog.
Butter wouldn't melt.
Here are the links from the Portal site:
U.S. Government Links
Earth Day Web sites
I actually went here and every non-video link I tried to look at was a pdf file and I kept getting a message "viewer could not decrypt this message." Wow, I guess it's for people with a higher clearance than I do.
Environmental Protection Agency
Natural Resources Conservation Service
Department of Energy's Federal Energy Management Program
White House Council on Environmental Quality Earth Day Photo Essay
Information from other federal agencies about the environment is available from FirstGov, the offical U.S. government portal:
Presidential Environmental Priorities
Hydrogen Fuel Cells & Vehicles
Information from the White House
And harking back to a recent post, there is:
National Technical Informational Service
NTIS A brief paragraph explanining Earth Day, nice image (I use it above) and a list if materials FOR SALE, produced with tax dollars.