Resources

 NEW! The Center's Research Resources Have A New Place in LITS Research Guides:

All in One Place, Easier to Navigate. Find it at http://guides.mtholyoke.edu/mwce

In a continuing effort to inform and engage students, this list contains various resources to aid the exploration of social, cultural, historical, political-economic, and scientific dimensions of environmental concerns and make direct connections between academic studies and real-world issues.

Listed here are organizations, internship opportunities, jobs, and more. Please take some time to browse through this list and let us know how we can help.

Links and Resources site courtesy of Michelle R. Moon '07

New Resources Tools

Free Campus-wide Access to Leading Environment and Energy Publication

MWCE will now offer access to new resources for students and faculty that will enable them to engage in the most up-to-date news and information on energy, environmental, and climate policy online. Publications including, Greenwire, Energy and Environment Daily, and Climate wire, are provided by E&E Publishing, a leading source in comprehensive, daily coverage of environmental and energy policy and markets and will be available through the MHC library.

Environment & Energy Publishing (E&E) is the leading source for comprehensive, daily coverage of environmental and energy policy and markets. Center for the Environment’s goal is to keep students informed on the most complete and up to date news and information in the field of Environmental Studies.

Students will also be able to access Vital Signs Online, an interactive, subscription-based tool, put together by the Worldwatch Institute, which provides hard data and research-based insights on the sustainability trends that are shaping the global future. This tool will allow students to examine trends in energy and transportation, food and agriculture, global economy and resources, and population and society. Worldwatch Institute is an independent research organization trusted by opinion leaders around the world for its accessible, fact-based analysis of critical global issues. 
(Username: Center-environment / Password: greenhouse350)

Contact: the Miller Worley Center for the Environment for access information.