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environmental history websites

Learning to Do Historical Research:
A Primer for Environmental Historians and Others
http://www.williamcronon.net/researching/index.htm

Environmental History: Explore the Field  http://www.cnr.berkeley.edu/departments/espm/env-hist/

History and Sustainability
www.historyandsustainability.org
Research and Resources for Environmental History and Education for Sustainable Development.

A new website and project on the theme of 'History and Sustainability' has been launched at the Centre for History and Economics, King's College, University of Cambridge, UK. This project has emerged from the earlier 'Documenting Environmental Change' project (www.envdoc.org)

The History and Sustainability project seeks to bring together environmental, economic and social historians, historians of political thought, anthropologists.

The project also seeks to build links between different educational providers within and without academia, in developing the study of History and Sustainability.

The website provides links, resources, papers, course profiles and research and events news in the UK and international community for environmental historians and sustainability studies. We are delighted to receive
suggestions for links or work in this field! 

Project co-ordinator: Paul Warde (psw1000@cam.ac.uk)

Gaylord Nelson and Earth Day
A website on the making of the modern environmental movement:
http://www.nelsonearthday.net/

The Northern Research Network
http://northernresearchnetwork.electrified.ca
The Northern Research Network facilitates dialogue among researchers conducting work on the circumpolar North in the humanities and social sciences. It is a vehicle for building professional relationships, communicating funding and conference news, sharing resources, and disseminating information on fieldwork and academic writing. The website includes a host of interactive features designed to the serve the needs of northern researchers, including personal blogs, forum discussions, detailed member profiles, and a growing collection of bibliographies, course syllabi, and recent book reviews.

Environmental History Resources
http://www.eh-resources.org
This website is maintained by Dr. Jan Oosthoek, an environmental historian based at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland.
This website is intended to provide resources and information for scholars, students and anyone interested in environmental history. The site covers a wide range of topics reflecting the interdisciplinary nature of environmental history, including landscape history, forestry and land use, pollution and ideas and perceptions of nature.

Network in Canadian History & Environmenthttp://niche-canada.org/

Forest History Societyhttp://foresthistory.org

 

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