This statement announces ECOS’ new 2017-2018 officers elected this week at the ECOS Fall Meeting in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
This letter from ECOS’ newly elected President Todd Parfitt, Director of the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality, outlines his priorities for the 2017-2018 year.
This document highlights the activities and accomplishments of ECOS between October 1, 2015 and September 30, 2016.
Below is the charter establishing ECOS’ Toxic Substances Reduction Workgroup, which will fall under the auspices of the Cross-Media Committee.
Below is the charter establishing ECOS’ Infrastructure Workgroup, which will fall under the auspices of the Water Committee.
This document highlights the activities and accomplishments of ECOS between October 1, 2014 and September 30, 2015.
This document describes the five-year Strategic Plan for the Environmental Council of the States (ECOS). The plan is organized into five goal areas, each of which contains a statement summarizing the goal; a series of strategies by which ECOS aims to achieve each goal; and performance measures to gauge progress toward each goal.
This chart outlines the structure of ECOS committees and identifies leaders and staff contacts for those committees and subgroups.
This letter highlights focus areas for Martha Rudolph’s 2015-2016 term as ECOS President.
This document contains the ECOS bylaws, revised as of March 18,2015.