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New Interactive Website Allows People to Explore Environmental Issues

Posted: Aug 01, 2018 5:55 PM Updated:

DOVER, Del.- The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control has launched a new interactive website allowing people to better understand the work they do for the environment. 

The feature is called "Environmental Perspectives" and it uses a data-driven, storytelling approach with themed stories to provide readers with an interactive platform to explore the department’s work on critical environmental issues.

The first eight stories touch on a variety of the DNREC’s efforts. The interactive stories already posted include work on the horseshoe crab, clean air, the wetlands, and more. The stories also include programs like WATAR, the Watershed Approach to Toxics Assessment and Restoration program. 

The public is invited to suggest topics to be included in future Environmental Perspectives stories by submitting ideas through the website.

 

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