S E N R A:
Section on Environmental and Natural Resource Administration 
of the American Society for Public Administration 
The SENRA logo includes air, water,soil and natural resources Key People
Goals
Membership
Past Section Chairs 
November 2007 Newsletter

Free Membership: The ASPA National Council has approved a plan for SENRA to abolish its dues. This is an experiment for three years to increase membership. When you renew your ASPA membership, check our box and pay nothing. It is that easy. Other ASPA members can join by sending an e-mail with the subject line Join SENRA to Membership@aspanet.org.


Welcome to our Section. We are part of the American Society for Public Administration, and as you can tell from our name, we focus on the environment. Our Section has a unique perspective, because some of our members are in government, some of us are in industry, and some of us are academics. 

List of environmental conferences all over the world. Business and  technical  conferences and  exhibitions.

Resources from SENRA, Enviro Link, Earth Portal and News .

The US Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of the Interior, its Fish and Wildlife Service, the National Park Service, the Bureau of Land Management, and the Office of Surface Mining. The USDA Forest Service. National Marine Fisheries Service. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission. State environmental agencies in California, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, PennsylvaniaNebraskaNew York, Tennessee, Washington, Wisconsin, and a list of agencies in all states.    

The United Nations Environmental Program. Population programs from the United Nations and the US Agency for International Development  (AID), and the clock from the Census Bureau.


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This page is maintained by David H. Davis  in the Department  of Political Science and Public Administration, University of Toledo, Toledo Ohio 43606.  Last modified December 27, 2007.  
 
Last Updated: 6/17/14