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Course Related Events

Course Calendar - Fall 2007
Class Session Videos
Selected News Updates

Library Resources:
- Harvard Library (HOLLIS Connection)
- The Environmental Information Center
- Environmental Science and Public Policy Archives

Related Courses
- Certificate in Environmental Management
- Master of Liberal Arts in Environmental Management
- Harvard Extension School-Environmental Studies Courses
- Global Climate Change: The Science, Social Impact and Diplomacy of a World Environmental Crisis
- Introduction to Environmental Justice

General Science News Portals

- NYT Science Section
- The Boston Globe Science & Health News
- Science Magazine (AAAS)
- Nature Magazine - Science Update
- The New Scientist
- WorldScientist.Com
- EnvironmentPost.Com

Multi-Media Information

- Living on Earth
- NPR - Talk of the Nation: Science Friday

- BBC - One Planet

- BBC -Science In Action
- E&E TV

- U.N Webcasting
- BigPicture.TV
- COIN - Cliamte Outreach & Information Network
- Radio Ecoshock

Further Research Tools:

- Subject Bibliographies in Environmental Ethics
- Short-Title Topic Lists
- UN Wire
- Earth Trends
- Search Library of Congress
- Search Amazon Books
- Search Google
- BBC Search
- Archives of the Harvard Seminar on Enviornmental Values
Boston Area Environmental Action Addresses

Event & Jobs Listings

- Harvard Environment Activities
- Tufts Institute for the Environment (TIE) Events Calendar
- Harvard Gazette Calendar
- Grist - Environmental Job Listings
- Environmental Jobs

Course Related Events

September 14-16, 2007
Confronting the Global Triple Crisis

60 Speakers | 25 Workshops | More Info:
The GW Lisner Auditorium, 730 21st Street, NW, Washington D.C.

Common Ground Country Fair
September 21, 22 & 23, 2007

Sunday - 23 September 2007

Life on a Carbon Diet: Improving Our Lifestyles While Fighting Climate Change
Professor William Moomaw, Fletcher School and Tufts Institute, Tufts University

Cary Hall, 1605 Massachusetts Ave., Lexington, MA
Contact: Nancy Nolan,

The Muddy River: Boston's Environmental Film Series
September 23 - 25
Entire Series is Highy Recommended
Portions of individual films will be discussed over the course of the term.

"Human Rights and the Global Environment"
Rights-based approaches to environmental protection at the international level
A presentation with Prof. Dinah Shelton, George Washington University

September 24, 2007
Pound Hall 335
Harvard Law School

5:00-6:00 PM

Can New Haven become a sustainable city?
A forum… with some answers.

Thursday, October 4, 2007
Peabody Museum, 170 Whitney Ave. (3rd Floor)

The Last Green Valley
17th Annual Walking Weekends 2007
Oct. 5-8 and
Oct. 12-14, 2007