Federal and United Nations Sources for Environmental Information

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Government Information: the Most Interesting Information in the World

Join Minitex and the University of Minnesota Libraries Regional Depository Library in a unique webinar series that highlights the exciting government information available to you and your patrons for free. Learn to determine the best starting points for your government information searching and be informed, my friends, through these free webinars.

Do you need information on the environmental impacts of hydraulic fracturing? Do you get frequent reference questions about climate change? Are you curious about nutrient pollution in the Mississippi River watershed? Or invasive species in the Great Lakes? Join Jason Paul (University of Minnesota) for an overview of essential federal and United Nations resources on the environment. Sites explored will include the Environmental Protection Agency; the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences; various bureaus, offices, initiatives, and data sets of the Departments of Agriculture, Commerce, Energy, and the Interior; and the UN Environment Programme.