I2M has access to a large technical library accumulated and maintained over more than 40 years. It consists of information on domestic and international mining and minerals projects, thousands of technical papers, and other data, including the NURE database, which contains more than 10,000 microfiche of the actual reports of the five national research labs produced during the 1970's and 1980's on uranium exploration and development, geothermal energy and development, and associated environmental topics within the U.S. and overseas. Let us know if we can assist you in locating important documents.
The I2M Web Portal
This Web Portal consists of thousands of web resources of interest to geoscientists and the general public.
Institute of Environmental Technology Resources (IET)
During the mid-1990s and into the early 2000s, the IET Resources Portal offerd the latest in online resources for professional geoscientists and others containing almost 2,000 individual URLs organized in 32 categories on environmental and associated natural resources. It was presented under the auspices of the Institute of Environmental Technology, which was sponsored, in part, by Environmental Litigation Associates and managed by editorial personnel from I2M Associates, LLC, in Houston, Texas. This has now been re-organized as the I2M Web Portal. It is inter-active and we trust that you will use this tool as intended.
I2M Associates personnel continue to evaluate media bias against nuclear power and uranium exploration and mining in the U.S. (more).
World Nuclear Association
The WNA provides up-to-date information on exploration and mining for uranium and thorium throughout the world.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
EPA's mission is to protect human health and to safeguard the natural environment — air, water, and land — upon which life depends. For 30 years, EPA has been working for a cleaner, healthier environment for the American people. View the Agency's complete Mission Statement, Strategic Plan, annual report, and policy resources.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
OSHA's mission is to ensure safe and healthful workplaces in America. Since the agency was created in 1971, workplace fatalities have been cut in half and occupational injury and illness rates have declined 40 percent. At the same time, U.S. employment has doubled from 56 million workers at 3.5 million worksites to 111 million workers at 7 million sites.