ACHP member agencies and organizations are working to preserve historic buildings while enhancing their energy efficiency.
In order to protect and restore rivers and their adjacent communities, the American Heritage Rivers initiative has three objectives: natural resource and environmental protection, economic revitalization, and historic and cultural preservation.
The Office of Preservation Initiatives (OPI) analyzes legislation, develops policy recommendations, prepares special studies and presentations, and represents the ACHP in interagency and partnership activities to promote the social, economic, and environmental benefits of preservation.
The following federal agencies with real property management responsibilities submitted a baseline report on internal regulations, management policies, and operating procedures for compliance with Sections 110 and 111 of NHPA (16 U.S.C. 470h-2 & 470h-3) and subsequent progress reports to the Chairman of the ACHP and to the Secretary of the Interior per Section 3(b) and (c) of EO 13287.
The ACHP promotes sustainable and resilient communities where historic properties are used as assets for promoting energy efficiency and community livability, and are protected from climate impacts.