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FYE 125: Global Environmental Challenges: Home

Ravenel Bridge from above

Photo by David Martin on Unsplash

Environmental Studies Databases

Places to Search

In addition to the Discovery Service, you could search in a specific collection related to Environmental Studies.

You can also search the Post & Courier for newspaper articles about environmental issues and projects in Charleston.

A general web search can yield good information, from local goverment and local non-profit organizations. Pay close attention to which websites you land on--city and county government sites will be reputable sources for official initiatives and reports. The Coastal Conservation League is a local non-profit that is very active, and there are also a number of smaller organizations. 


Once your group is assigned to a breakout room, click on the link that corresponds to your breakout room number. 

Research & Instruction Librarian

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Gretchen Scronce
Addlestone Library, Room 101
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