USS Arizona: An Environmental Lesson
Date of Award
Environmental Policy & Mgmt
Master of Env Policy Mgmt
Environmental Policy And Management
environmental awareness; Environmental education; environmental management system (EMS); Environmental responsibility -- Hawaii; interagency cooperation; National Park Service; oil; Oil pollution of the sea -- Hawaii; outreach program; U.S. Navy; USS Arizona Memorial (Hawaii); USS Arizona Memorial Site
The National Park Service and the U.S. Navy should develop and implement an environmental awareness outreach program for the USS Arizona Memorial Site to inform visitors about the site's environmental aspects. An outreach program will increase visitor environmental awareness while improving the interagency management of the site by enabling both agencies to conform to existing policies and environmental management goals. The development of an environmental awareness outreach program should involve input from agency personnel responsible for the management or operation of any aspect of the USS Arizona Memorial Site. Content for the outreach program should include past environmental improvements and current efforts underway so visitors understand how the Park Service and Navy are managing the environmental aspects of the site.
Ferraro, Deborah, "USS Arizona: An Environmental Lesson" (2006). University College: Environmental Policy Management Capstones. 175.