Congressional declaration of purpose.
SUBCHAPTER I—POLICIES AND GOALS
Congressional declaration of national environmental policy.
Cooperation of agencies; reports; availability of information; recommendations; international and national coordination of efforts.
Accelerated decisionmaking in environmental reviews.
Conformity of administrative procedures to national environmental policy.
Other statutory obligations of agencies.
Efforts supplemental to existing authorizations.
SUBCHAPTER II—COUNCIL ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
Establishment; membership; Chairman; appointments.
Employment of personnel, experts and consultants.
Duties and functions.
Consultation with Citizens’ Advisory Committee on Environmental Quality and other representatives.
Tenure and compensation of members.
Travel reimbursement by private organizations and Federal, State, and local governments.
Expenditures in support of international activities.
Authorization of appropriations.
SUBCHAPTER III—MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
4361, 4361a. Repealed.
Implementation by Administrator of Environmental Protection Agency of recommendations of “CHESS” Investigative Report; waiver; inclusion of status of implementation requirements in annual revisions of plan for research, development, and demonstration.
Interagency cooperation on prevention of environmental cancer and heart and lung disease.
Membership of Task Force on Environmental Cancer and Heart and Lung Disease.
Continuing and long-term environmental research and development.
Pollution control technologies demonstrations.
Expenditure of funds for research and development related to regulatory program activities.
Science Advisory Board.
Identification and coordination of research, development, and demonstration activities.
Reporting requirements of financial interests of officers and employees of Environmental Protection Agency.
Grants to qualified citizens groups.
Utilization of talents of older Americans in projects of pollution prevention, abatement, and control.
General assistance program.
Reports on environmental research and development activities of Agency.
Reimbursement for use of facilities.
Assistant Administrators of Environmental Protection Agency; appointment; duties.
Availability of fees and charges to carry out Agency programs.
Environmental Protection Agency fees.
Percentage of Federal funding for organizations owned by socially and economically disadvantaged individuals.
Working capital fund in Treasury.
Availability of funds after expiration of period for liquidating obligations.
Availability of funds for uniforms and certain services.
Availability of funds for facilities.