As a Nature Publishing Group (NPG) customer, we would like to let you know that with the publication of the first issue imminent, the first Nature Climate Change articles are now available free to view online, ahead of print. They are:
Sustainability, The Journal of Record Available Online in Celebration of Earth Day
New Rochelle, NY, April 16, 2009—In recognition of Earth Day 2009 activities, publisher Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., will provide complimentary online access to the bimonthly journal, Sustainability: The Journal of Record for the remainder of the month of April. The purview of this journal supports the Earth Day mission “to grow and diversify the environmental movement worldwide, and to mobilize it as the most effective vehicle for promoting a healthy, sustainable planet.” Complimentary access is available online at www.liebertonline.com/sus
Yale Environment 360 is an online magazine offering authoritative opinion, analysis, reporting and debate on global environmental issues. The site (http://e360.yale.edu) features articles by scientists, journalists, and people on the front lines in the environmental field, as well as multimedia content and a daily digest of major environmental news.
Discovered” via the “Sierra Club Insider”: “Sierra Club Executive Director Carl Pope argues in Yale’s e360 magazine that a well-designed package of market reforms, done correctly, will lead to a future that is both prosperous and beneficial.” (moving towards a green economy)
“As the peer-reviewed journal of the United States’ National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Environmental Health Perspectives serves to disseminate important environmental health information and research findings. Each issue includes book reviews of current publications, research papers, news briefs, and a children’s environmental health section. Visitors to the site can read the current issue, search all of the back issues, and look for materials by topic or theme. On the homepage, visitors can take a look at their recently published pieces in the “Recent In-Press” area and then move on to the latest issue. Finally, the site also provides complete information on submitting scholarly work for peer-review and potential inclusion in a forthcoming issue of the journal.” [KMG]
Source: Scout Report, University of Wisconsin, Aug. 22, 2008
This Wiley journal, originally published by AIChE, the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, will broaden its scope — and name in 2009 — to
Environmental Progress and Sustainable Energy. Read more about it in the editorial in the April, 2008 issue.