Jump to main content or area navigation.

Contact Us

Report on the Environment

RSS Feeds

How to Use RSS Feeds

Subscribe to an RSS feed to receive updates about Report on the Environment (ROE) indicators of special interest to you.

Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is an easy and free way to get updates from ROE. With RSS feeds, you can learn about new versions of indicators of interest without ever coming to the ROE website. The feeds will provide titles and descriptions of recently released indicators, with links to learn more.

To use RSS, you will need software called a news reader. Some modern browsers have incorporated RSS readers and many others are freely available. The reader checks any feeds to which the user has subscribed regularly and download any updated indicator information. For ROE, this means that whenever a new indicator version is released or an existing indicator is updated that matches your criteria, your news reader will capture the record information and link.

To get a feed reader, on-line encyclopedia Wikipedia lists dozens of feed or news readers. You may also search using the terms “RSS readers” on either Yahoo, Google or your favorite search engine. exit EPA

Basic ROE Feed

ROE offers a basic feed that will update you whenever a new or updated indicator is available. You can subscribe to the basic ROE link information into the news reader or clicking the RSS icon next to the feed in an RSS compatible browser.

Link: http://cfpub.epa.gov/eroe/rss.cfm

Topic Driven Feeds

ROE offers topic driven feeds based on the subtopics in the report. You could, for example, create an RSS feed about subtopic for 'Greenhouse Gases', and recieve updates whenever a new or updated indicator is available for the 'Greenhouse Gases' subtopic.

To generate a topic driven RSS feed, check the subtopic you wish to include and then select the Generate link button.

  Climate Change Indicators
  Coastal Waters
  Consumable Fish and Shellfish
  Contaminated Lands
  Critical Physical and Chemical Attributes
  Diversity and Biological Balance
  Drinking Water
  Ecological Exposure to Contaminants
  Ecological Processes
  Extent and Distribution of Ecological Systems
  Fresh Surface Waters
  Greenhouse Gases
  Ground Water
  Health Status
  Human Disease and Conditions
  Human Exposure to Environmental Contaminants
  Indoor Air
  Land Cover
  Land Use
  Outdoor Air
  Recreational Waters

Jump to main content.