In the 1970s, the EPA commissioned photographers to take photos of the environment and the "human condition" of American life. The Documerica project’s photos have recently been unearthed, and you can see them now.
The EPA has a treasure trove of data that it usually keeps in the bowels of an inscrutable government website. But after an app design contest, it's available in a variety of useful forms, right on your phone.
Just as you've eliminated the last little bit of BPA in your life, now it's time to start getting worried about glymes, the industrial solvent that's already in your water and soon to be heavily regulated by the EPA.