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USA: National "Documerica" Environmental Photo Exhibit Comes to Dallas

From its development in 1971, "Documerica" became the United States' first serious pictorial examination of the environment.

(DALLAS — August 7, 2012) The Environmental Protection Agency will open "Documerica" exhibit of photographs depicting environmental conditions of the past and present beginning August 7, 2012. The display arrives in Dallas after a quick stop in Austin at the Texas Environmental Superconference as part of its national tour. The exhibit will be open on the 7th Floor at Fountain Place in downtown Dallas through August 14, 2012.

From its development in 1971, "Documerica" became the United States' first serious pictorial examination of the environment. The project collected more than 15,000 images, documenting the environmental and human conditions of this country when EPA was starting its mission. The idea was to visually record the difference in conditions in later years, providing the public with a measurement of progress made to accomplish goals set by Congress.

Forty years later the project was rediscovered with the help of National Archives. "State of the Environment" launched Earth Day 2011 as an opportunity for the public to participate and engage in a modern revitalization of Documerica. There are more than 1,900 new images that have been submitted to EPA through Flickr.

The EPA photo project will continue accepting submissions through the end of 2013. Public entries will be considered for a larger exhibit of both projects set for March-September 2013 at the U.S. National Archives' Lawrence F. O'Brien Gallery in Washington, D.C.

To learn more and to follow the project, visit: Http://www.epa.gov/stateoftheenvironment