In addition to the sources below the Environmental/Natural Resources Law: Current Legislation and Policy tab lists sources that track current legistation and environmental policy.
Highly recommended is the News search form in the Westlaw fulltext database to search for environmental information.
- The Evolution of the Conservation Movement 1850-1920 (Library of Congress) Documents the historical formation and cultural foundations of the movement to conserve and protect America's natural heritage, through books, pamphlets, government documents, manuscripts, prints, photographs, and motion picture footage drawn from the collections of the Library of Congress.
- Congressional Research Service Reports (National Library of the Environment) Includes over 2200 reports on environmental topics that have been prepared for the U.S. Congress by the Congressional Research Service. CRS reports undergo review for accuracy and objectivity and contain nontechnical information that can be very useful to people interested in environmental policy. Browse by broad topic or search by keyword to find relevant documents.
- Environment and Energy Daily (E & E Publishing) (HSU Users only) Daily publication that tracks environmental and energy issues in Congress
- Environmental News Network (Environmental News Network) Includes original articles and articles contributed by other environmental news sites. Includes searchable archive.
- Sustainable Forestry Initiative (Forests.org) Links to news from other sources
- New Scientist: Environment
Western United States and Canada
- High Country News (High Country Foundation) (print copy available in Periodical S 900 H5) Independent bi-weekly newspaper that reports on the West's natural resources, public lands, and changing communities. Includes an archival database of articles dating from 1993 to the present that is keyword searchable or browseable by category.
- Sightline Daily: Northwest News that Matters Daily digest of top environmental, social, and economic headlines affecting Cascadia gleaned from more than 40 media outlets.
- Northcoast Environmental Center (print copy available in the Humboldt Room S 940 E37) The mission of the Northcoast Environmental Center is to promote understanding of the relations between people and the biosphere and to conserve, protect, and celebrate terrestrial, aquatic, and marine ecosystems of northern California and southern Oregon