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Innovation Strategy

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In 2002, EPA laid out a strategy for achieving better environmental results through innovation. This important framework recognizes that environmental problems are becoming increasingly complex, and that new ways of thinking and doing are needed to fully address them. Developed by EPA's Innovation Action Council, the strategy is based upon previous experiences with innovative approaches, careful consideration of recommendations from outside policy groups, and discussions with the states and a variety of stakeholders about the best ways to achieve environmental progress. It focuses EPA on finding solutions to a set of priority problems, developing new tools and approaches that can enhance problem solving, strengthening the innovation partnership with States and Tribes, and fostering innovation through the Agency's culture and organizational systems.

The strategy and related documents are provided below:

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