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Gulf of Mexico Program

Gulf of Mexico Program: unique consortium, working Gulfwide to link environmental protection with sound economic development of Gulf Coast states.
Ratings/Review of this resource:

Building 1103, Room 202
Stennis Space Center , MS 39529-6000
Contact Person: Terry Hines Smith
Phone: (228) 688-1159
Fax: (228) 688-2709
E-Mail: smith@pelican.gmpo.gov
Website: http://pelican.gmpo.gov

Detailed Information:
The Gulf of Mexico Program, under the auspices of the Environmental Protection Agency, consists of a small core of professionals, and a larger network of partners comprised of local citizens, the business community, agricultural leaders, environmentalists, scientists, engineers, and state and federal agencies. The program is an experiment in better government and is a unique, non-regulatory, inclusive consortium working with interests across the Gulf to link environmental protection with sound economic development of the Gulf Coast states. As the Gulf of Mexico Program looks to the year 2000 and beyond, its diverse membership is focusing on protecting human health and the food supply, maintaining and improving Gulf habitats that support living resources, and maintaining and enhancing the sustainability of Gulf living resources. The overarching goal is to achieve significant environmental successes while supporting sound economic development for the region

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