Gale, part of Cengage Learning, will partner with the Economics for Equity and Environment (E3 Network) to feature additional resources on the GREENR website. E3 Network scholars will contribute a series of 10 essays as well as annotated bibliographies on environmental topics throughout this year. This content will be geared to meet the needs of college students and teachers who are looking into environmental debates.
The essays, three of which are already available to GREENR customers, cover topics such as forest carbon, ecosystem services, and green jobs. Starting this month, Gale will provide free access to an annotated bibliography on green jobs created by the E3 Network on the GREENR website. The E3 Network is a national network of economists whose research supports environmental protection.