The U.S. Congress is also a major source of environmental information. Congressional committees conduct hearings and issue reports on various aspects of environmental policy. Examples of congressional sources of environmental information in HSSE Library include:
ProQuest Congressional (Purdue Users Only- Key resource features congressional committee reports on legislation, congressional debate, congressional committee hearings from 1824-1979, and the text of government agency reports.
House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis (2019-present)
House Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming (2007-2010) and HERE
Congressional Budget Office (Prepares cost estimates on federal legislation and reports on the budgetary impact of federal programs.)
Congressional Research Service (Library of Congress entity preparing unbiased reports on public policy issues for Congress and the public.)
Government Accountability Office (Reports on management performance of government programs)