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Dune restoration efforts at Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
A baby American bald eagle spends time with one of its parents in a nest at Kennedy Space Center
Sandhill cranes are photographed in front of the Vehicle Assembly Building at Kennedy Space Center.

KSC Sustainability

NASA’s sustainability policy is to execute the agency’s mission without compromising our planet’s resources so that future generations can meet their needs. This also means taking action now to provide a future where the environment and living conditions are protected and enhanced. In implementing sustainability practices, NASA manages risks to mission, the environment and to our communities. To this end, NASA seeks to use public funds efficiently and effectively, promote the health of the planet, and operate in a way that benefits our neighbors.

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Kennedy Space Center's Environmental Program

NASA's Kennedy Space Center Environmental Program is managed by the Environmental Management Branch (EMB), and the Environmental Assurance Branch (EAB), which is part of the Spaceport Integration and Services Directorate.

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Birds are seen flying over the water at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. In the background is the iconic Vehicle Assembly Building.