ENVIRONMENTAL ALLIANCE FOR SENIOR INVOLVEMENT PROGRAM
Oklahoma, Virginia, USA.
Internationally in over 20 countries.
"The Environmental Alliance for Senior Involvement is a national nonprofit coalition of environmental, aging and volunteer organizations established in 1991 as the result of a visionary agreement between the US Environmental Protection Agency and the American Association of Retired Persons. EASI's mission is to increase opportunities for older adults to play an active, visible role in protecting and improving the environment in their communities."
- source: easi.org
Some of the Environmental Alliance for Senior Involvement Program's projects include senior citizens working working to do the following:
Monitoring the quality of the state's streams and rivers and conduct restoration and education programs
Monitoring water quality and educating communities about protecting drinking water. Settting up operational watersheds
Ambassadors helping to train others across the country.
National Parks Volunteer Senior Ranger Corps members providing assistance to national parks
The Environmental Alliance for Senior Involvement also helps to administer:
The Senior Environment Corps which has organizations in every state and 20 foreign countries that carry out a wide range of environmental activities.
Ambassadors helping train Senior Environment Corps across the country.
National Parks Volunteer Senior Ranger Corps members providing essential assistance in 13 national parks.
The environmental organization also puts out publications and papers regarding aging and the environment.
Senior Contributions Programs
Seniors Saving the Environment