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Books in the CBL
Environmental issues by
Call Number: 333.7 MAN
Publication Date: 1999
Once you have selected your environmental areas for your investigation, you can use the databases below to find information.
Science Online includes topics on Biology; Chemistry; Computer Science; Earth Science; Environmental Science; Forensic Science; Marine Science; Mathematics; Physics; Space and Astronomy; and Weather and Climate.
New Scientist The Christopher Brennan Library has an online subscription to New Scientist. Ask your friendly librarian for the logon details to gain access. The latest issue (not for loan) and past issues are available in print form in the library.
This LibGuide will assist you with your Investigative Study on Environmental Change and Management.
Department of the Environment
The Department of the Environment designs and implements the Australian Government's policies and programmes to protect and conserve the environment, water and heritage and promote climate action.
People & the Planet
This website provides a global review and internet gateway into the issues of population, poverty, health, consumption and the environment, past and present.
This website allows you to select a subject from the menu and watch the countries on the map change their size. Instead of land mass, the size of each country will represent the data for that subject - both its share of the total and absolute value. This is a great resource to determine the importance of a topic in a country.
Worldometers is run by an international team of developers, researchers, and volunteers with the goal of making world statistics available in a thought-provoking and time relevant format to a wide audience around the world.
UN - Global Issues Overview
As the world’s only truly universal global organization, the United Nations has become the foremost forum to address issues that transcend national boundaries and cannot be resolved by any one country acting alone. This website offers an overview of some of these issues in depth, and links to other resources where you can get additional information.
The Great Barrier Reef - Coral, Carbon and Climate Change