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Lloyd Sealy Library
John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Sustainability and Environmental Justice

Evaluating Internet Resources

In this section, you will find links to our research guides related to Africana Studies.  These internet links have been selected by librarians. When searching the web and finding resources that have not been selected by information professionals, you want to make sure that the information you've found is valid and from a reliable source.

Use our Library guides to help you find reliable sources on the web:

Evaluating Information Sources on the Web

Information Literacy: What is it?

Use these tutorials and instructional videos from Credo Instruct to help you in evaluating your sources:

Why Information Literacy Matters

Video: Evaluating Sources

Selected Internet Resources in Sustainability and Environmental Justice

*This listing is a work in progress*

Environment & Society Portal Environmental Justice Resources, Environment & Society Portal

Make use of the extensive open access research materials available via the Environment & Society Portal. A brief description of environmental justice along with a collection of articles, books, videos, etc.

Climate Deregulation Tracker

Columbia Law School's Sabin Center for Environmental Law develops legal techniques to fight climate change, trains law students and lawyers in their use, and provides up-to-date resources on climate law and regulations. View their Publications page offering books, law review articles, working papers, legal briefs and more; Resources page providing materials such as climate change laws around the word and a climate deregulation tracker; a Climate Law Blog and more. 

Teaching Climate Change in the Humanities

An extensive list of valuable internet resources for teaching climate change in the humanities. 

National Agricultural Library, U.S. Department of Agriculture

NAL Topics such as Food and Human Nutrition, Education and Outreach, and Agricultural Law Information and more; Publications including those from the Alternative Farming Systems Information Center, Dataset including GeoData Network datasets and more.