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View Resource Open Spaces

Featuring articles by leading experts on topics from science policy to ecology (such as Bruce Babbitt and Jane Lubchenko), this new publication from Portland, Oregon attempts to incorporate synthetic, broad perspectives with a host of (familiar) environmental topics. A subscription fee is required to access all articles at the Open Spaces Website, but several interesting sample articles are...

http://open-spaces.com/
View Resource Resilience, Sustainability, and Environmentalism

Several new resources are now available from the Pacific Institute for Studies in Development, Environment, and Security Website. This resource, a six-page paper by Sharachchandra Lele and presented by researchgate.net, addresses resiliency in ecological and socioeconomic systems, and the relationship between resilience and sustainability.

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/235356312_Resilienc...
View Resource International Journal of Environmental Research

Based at the University of Tehran, the International Journal of Environmental Research (IJER) is "concerned with all aspects of environment." On the journal's homepage, visitors will also learn that some of the specific fields covered within the publication include natural disasters, environmental design, and risk assessment and management. The journal was started in early 2007, and the executive...

http://www.mdpi.com/journal/ijerph
View Resource Society of Environmental Journalists

Global warming, climate change, and other related topics are all covered by environmental journalists. For those who seek to learn more about the profession (or for those who might already be involved in this world), the Society of Environmental Journalists website will be a most welcome discovery. The objective of the Society is "to build a stronger and more closely connected network of educated...

https://www.sej.org/
View Resource The Green Guide

Going "green" can be a challenge but it doesn't have to be. National Geographic created this site to provide the public with information about various green-friendly products, services, and so on. Visitors can learn more about green living at home, the world's resources, energy issues and more. The site also includes links to a clutch of weblogs, including "Home Green Home" and "The Ecopolitan".

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/environment/