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Tag: Energy

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Conservation-Tools

  • A map of the USA showing infrastructure projects.
    The interactive map of the FIPD shows infrastructure projects from across the country.

    Federal Infrastructure Permitting Dashboard

    The permitting dashboard is an online tool for federal agencies, project developers and interested members of the public to track the Federal government’s permitting and review process for large or complex infrastructure projects.  Learn more...

  • A map with a polygon drawn to designate an area of interest for development.
    IPaC allows users to draw a polygon around an area of interest to retrieve a list of threatened and endangered species.

    Information for Planning and Consultation (IPAC)

    IPaC is a project planning tool which streamlines the environmental review process by providing information on the location of listed species and other USFWS trust resources which could potentially be affected by a project. Initial project scoping IPaC can assist in identifying threatened or endangered species, critical habitat, migratory birds, or other natural resources that may be impacted by a project, based on a project area as defined by the user.  Learn more...

Infographic

  • Southeast snapshot

    This infographic provides an overview of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Southeast Region (Region 4), which serves Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Region 4 includes most of the Gulf of Mexico and includes 131 National Wildlife Refuges, the majority of which are open to the public for hunting and fishing. It also includes 13 Environmental Services Offices and 13 National Fisheries.  Learn more...

Our-Services

  • Several wind turbines in front of a sunset.
    The DOE/Sandia Scaled Wind Farm Technology (SWiFT) facility at the Reese Technology Center in Lubbock, Texas. Photo by Sandia Labs, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0.

    Energy Development in the Southeast

    Satisfying our nation’s need for energy, like many human activities, has the potential to harm fish and wildlife resources. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s scientists and managers strive to minimize the environmental impacts of energy development on species and their habitats. Assistance to project developers and other agencies may involve endangered species permitting, National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) review, eagle permitting, consultation and studies for licensing hydroelectric projects, best management practices development, and other technical assistance.  Learn more...

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