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Selected Web Resources
Silvics of North America
This-volume e-book set provide information about the biology of tree species growing in forest lands of the United States. Available for download as a pdf file.
Environmental History Resoures
The site presents topics as wide ranging as public health, conservation, preservation of nature, smoke abatement, municipal housekeeping, occupational disease, air pollution and water pollution, and generally the historical interaction between culture and nature. The emphasis of the site is on Europe, in particular the area around the North Sea basin but with a keen eye on linking this with the wider world.
National Service Center for Environmental Publications (NSCEP)
This site is EPA's premier site for accessing EPA publications, with more than 7,000 in stock and 40,000 digital titles, free of charge! EPA’s print publications are available through the National Service Center for Environmental Publications (NSCEP), and EPA's digital publications are stored in the National Environmental Publications Internet Site (NEPIS) database! You can search and retrieve, download, print and/or order only EPA publications from this site.
Environmental News Network
Environmental News Network (ENN) covers environmental issues all over the globe. The main page displays the "Top Stories" section, but users can also access news from other categories (Wildlife, Agriculture, Energy, Pollution, among others).
The archives provide access to stories as far as 1970. A single search box allows keyword searches that can be further limited by time period and subject category.
ENN can also be followed on Twitter.
Fostering Sustainable Behavior: An Introduction to Community Based Social Marketing
This book provides a comprehensive introduction to community-based social marketing and how it is being applied throughout the world to foster sustainable behavior. It introduces the five steps of community based social marketing (selecting behaviors, identifying barriers & benefits, developing strategies, conducting a pilot, and broad-scale implementation), and showcases numerous programs illustrating its use.
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