Attorney General: Attorney General Departments
Attorney General Departments

  This department represents the State and the people of Connecticut to ensure that the environment is protected for the benefit of the public health and welfare. This department provides advice and representation in state and federal administrative and court proceedings to the Department of Environmental Protection, the Department of Agriculture, the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, and the Connecticut Marketing Authority, and in court proceedings to the Underground Storage Tank Petroleum Cleanup Account Review Board.
 Frequently Asked Questions & Answers
  Includes information on making reports or complaints about pollution, getting the status of an enforcement action, etc.
 Clean Air Act Cases and Challenges
  This Department has been very active in representing the State of Connecticut in various actions whose goal is to improve and protect Connecticut’s air quality. These actions include lawsuits against major polluters and regulatory challenges to proposed federal rules that, instead of placing stricter controls on air emissions, would allow more pollution.
 Environmental Resources
  Information on Environment Protection, Agriculture, and the Fish & Wildlife Service, CT. Assoc. of Conservation and Inland Wetlands Commissions, CT. Fund for the Environment, the Natural Resources Defense Council, and Nature Conservancy.