Climate

EPA’s central repository of all EPA documents with over 7,000 titles available in paper or electronic form.

ETDEWEB contains bibliographic references and abstracts tojournal articles, reports, conference papers, books and theses from ETDE member countries. Subject areas include the environmental aspects of energy production and use and energy policy and planning, as well as the basic sciences that support energy research and development.In addition, the database contains information in the nuclear, coal, and global climate change areas. This broader coverage comes through alliances with the International Atomic Energy Agency’s International Nuclear Information System (INIS) and IEA Coal Research – The Clean Coal Centre.The growing collection of over 1,021,100 bibliographic records includes more than 4.4 million downloadable full text pages from 95,400 documents.

Coverage: 1995-present
Tags: Climate, Energy, Environmental Science, Science

Earthscape covers the earth sciences, including astronomy/remote sensing, ecosystems and environment, geology and seismology, forestry, meteorology and climate, oceanography, paleontology, and relevant news on these topics from late 20th Century to present. The Quick Answers section provides glossaries and FAQ’s in these fields. The research tools on Earthscape include conference proceedings, seminars, lectures, and policy briefs; fully searchable databases, datasets and model systems; multi-media classroom resources; journal abstracts and selected full text articles such as full content of Earth Affairs Magazine. In addition, Earthscape features the full text and images of books and selected chapters, arranged both by topic and by publisher.

Critical reporting on daily news and events pertaining to the climate and its effect on business, society and the environment.

See also the related resources linked from this site: EnergyWire; E&E Daily; Greenwire; E&E NewsPM; E&E TV; and Reports.

Coverage: January 2012 - present
Tags: Climate, Environmental Science, Government, Public Policy, Science