About Us


Investigating problems and crafting solutions

Doing the research: Extreme Weather Extreme weather events lead to loss of life and billions of dollars in economic damage. What’s more, scientists predict that global warming could increase the frequency of such events in the future. Our new report, "Global Warming and Extreme Weather," shined a light on what could become "the new normal," if we fail to avert the worst effects of global warming.


Educating the public and making our voices heard

Protecting our clean water resources: Our waterways, like the streams that feed the Missouri and Mississippi rivers, are being threatened by pollution — that's why Environment Missouri is educating citizens across the state about the threats facing our waters and working with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to ensure that all our rivers, lakes and streams are fully protected under the Clean Water Act.