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EVPP 337: Environmental Policy Making in Developing Countries

Library resources to support the policy, country, and environmental research for this class

Online Research Help Spring 2021

UPDATE:   1.4.2021

Mason Libraries regular in-person hours begin on Jan. 25, 2021 to serve the needs of Mason faculty, staff and students. For more information, please visit our  FAQ page (https://library.gmu.edu/faq-page) and our Library Services Updates page (https://library.gmu.edu/covid-19-updates.) Library hours are here ( https://library.gmu.edu/library-hours .)

 

For Research Help:

During Spring 2021 I will be working at Mercer Library on the SciTech Campus and remotely. I will be checking my email regularly during this time. Library instruction and Research meetings will be conducted via email, Zoom or Blackboard Collaborate. 

Take care!

Kim Hoffman

Begin your research

Welcome to the EVPP 337: Environmental Policy Making in Developing Countries Infoguide

Use this guide to locate sources to use for your course assignments.

  • Find Background Information - Country information, subject encyclopedias, and international organizations
  • Find Articles - Key databases and journals for environmental science, environmental policy and information by country
  • Find Books - Search the Mason and Washington Research Library Consortium catalogs
  • Write & Cite - Information on Zotero and contacting the Writing Center
  • Get Help - Chat with a librarian or setup an appointment with the Science Librarian

Related Infoguides

The following guides may be useful for doing research in Environmental Science & Policy