Go Green

During the month of March, Miller Library will be “Going Green.” In the days ahead, look for some “Green Facts” about your library in this very spot!

But in the meantime, we have made a list featuring some of our resources to help you find information for those papers and projects relating to the environment, sustainability, ecological footprint, green technology, recycling, climate change, greenhouse gases, etc.

Also, stop by and check out our “Go Green” book display on the first floor in the library.

Online Reference Collections
Credo Reference
Gale Virtual Reference Library
Sage Reference Online

Academic OneFile
CQ Researcher
Gale Powersearch
OmniFile Full Text Select (H.W. Wilson)
Opposing Viewpoints in Context
ProQuest Social Sciences Collection

Books from a Christian Worldview
Living with other creatures : green exegesis and theology by Richard Bauckham. (2011, Baylor University Press).

For the beauty of the earth : a Christian vision for creation care, by Steven Bouma-Prediger. (2010, Baker Academic).

Keeping God’s earth : the global environment in biblical perspective, edited by Noah J. Toly and Daniel I. Block. (2010, IVP Academic).

An earth-careful way of life : Christian stewardship and the environmental crisis  by Lionel Basney. (1994, IVP Academic).

Bible and ecology: rediscovering the community of creation by Richard Bauckham. (2010, Baylor University Press).

For other books search the Library Catalog
Some keywords you might use are: recycling, conservation, sustainability, Eco-friendly, ecological footprint, carbon footprint, environmentalism, climate change, greenhouse gases, sustainable development, sustainable agriculture, local food, etc.

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