Thank you for visiting EPA's Climate Change website, which is maintained by EPA's Climate Change Division within the Office of Air and Radiation.
How can I find answers to questions I have about climate change?
- Use the links below to find answers to the most common questions on science, greenhouse gas emissions, and impacts of climate change.
- Go to the Frequently Asked Questions Database for a broad range of questions on climate change and global warming.
- Review one of the major sections of the site:
- Note that EPA staff cannot directly answer homework questions for you, if you have been given a homework assignment to answer basic questions on climate change. However, you should be able to find the information you need on the EPA Climate Change site, especially in the Basic Information, Science, Mulitmedia Gallery, and What You Can Do Sections.
- If you still do not find the answer to a particular question on our site, use the "Ask a Question" tab of the Frequent Questions Database. We will respond with an answer or appropriate referral as quickly as possible.
What questions does EPA not answer?
- We cannot endorse specific products or technologies.
- Due to the overwhelming number of inquiries, we cannot directly respond to individual requests for homework-related interviews.
- We want to respond to your questions or comments, but we expect conversations to follow the conventions of polite discourse. Therefore, we won’t respond to comments that:
- Contain vulgar language, personal attacks of any kind, or offensive terms that target specific ethnic or racial groups
- Are far off-topic
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You may contact the Climate Change Division at (202) 343-9990.
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