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Gale in Context: Environmental Studies

From climate change to car emissions, this online database provides information on the environment, energy and natural resources. Discover and understand environmental issues that affect people globally through topic overviews, journal, magazine and news articles plus multimedia content. Gale in Context: Environmental Studies offers an easy to use interactive, current, authoritative, media-rich source of information that allows users to navigate issue, organization, and country portals while integrating engaging content with curriculum-alligned material spanning core subjects. A one-stop site dedicated to studying sustainability and environmental topics. This eResource encompasses a wide range of Environmental Studies topics as part of our Penrith City Library Suite made available via the State Library of NSW. Using your Library Membership Card barcode number you can logon to the site to access the resources in the library or remotely from your home device via the Library Catalogue.
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Michigan, US : Gale Cengage, 2021
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This online resource focuses on the physical, social and economic aspects of Environmental issues and includes sources such as topic summaries, scholarly articles, news, journal and magazine articles, podcasts, videos, industry data, and consumer data. A variety of Topic areas are included such as: Global warming - Food safety - Access to Healthcare - and - the Impact of Economic development on International relations. It is designed to help empower students and researchers to critically analyse and understand important sustainability and environmental global issues and topics that affect people around the world, covering the important issues that are shaping our global future. The news, overview information, videos, unique commentaries, primary source documents and statistics cover wide ranging topics from energy systems, healthcare, food, climate change, population, science, social studies, humanities, water, ecotourism, air pollution, the green economy, economic development, and more. It will help assist all researchers and students. The Information is updated daily and users can also access directory information to find International Organizations in areas of interest.
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