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Environmental Policy: Home


Welcome to Environmental Policy research at the UC San Diego Library! The tabs above will guide you to resources that may be useful in your research.

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New "MUSE in Focus" collection

Project MUSE has launched a new curated selection of material that "explores the human causes and effects of climate change, and the urgency of action to avert future catastrophe."

Most of these items are freely available; those that aren't can be accessed by UCSD affiliates on campus or via the campus VPN.

MUSE in Focus: Humanity's "Code Red" on Climate Change