GREENR: Environmental & Sustainability Studies
Corvallis has long been on the forefront of environmental and sustainability initiatives and the library is a proud partner in that effort. As such, we are happy to share that we have a new database this year: Global Reference on the Environment, Energy and Natural Resources (GREENR). GREENR offers authoritative, current and expansive content focused on environment and sustainability topics.
GREENR is perfect for researchers, students, professionals and community members who are interested in environmental topics. For example:
- Students will find resources covering science, history and politics.
- Professionals will find data on law, economics, politics, resource management and other issues tied to business success.
- Job seekers will learn about the education required to enter the green-collar marketplace.
- General patrons will find timely information on wide-interest topics like food safety and public transportation.
GREENR is truly a one-stop site, combining a wealth of resources, including news, unique commentary, audio, video, primary source documents, and case study statistics. Navigating GREENR is easy because of its web-like interface, making it intuitive and user-friendly. New information is added daily, making it a great place to research timely information and current hot topics.
One particularly unique feature of GREENR is its country, topic/issue, and organization portals, which cover 160 nations, over 150 different topics and issues (from animal welfare to solar energy), and overviews and links to major environmental international associations (from Greenpeace to the World Wildlife Fund).
Like all of our databases*, GREENR is accessible via an Internet connection, with your library card, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. If you would like to give it a try, access it from our A to Z database page.
Books, Videos, and other resources:
In addition to GREENR, we carry a wide variety of resources on sustainability and the environment. Additional searching in our catalog for key words such as solar power, recycling, green living, environmental protection will retrieve great resources.
If you have questions about GREENR or any of our other resources, please feel free to contact a librarian via email or phone at firstname.lastname@example.org or (541) 766-6793.
* Exception: Ancestry.com is only accessible in the library.