Search libraries across the country and around the world. Search results indicate if MIT owns the book, or if it is available through the BLC or Borrow Direct. If the book is available through the Borrow Direct, you can request it and have it sent here, usually within a few days.
The databases listed below will take you to articles published from a variety of sources. Some provide you with the complete text of the article, while others will give you a short description and a link to SFX, a tool that will search for the complete article in a different source.
Database of mostly peer-reviewed journals. Coverage in energy, renewable energy sources, natural resources, environmental technology, environmental law, public policy, social impacts, urban planning, and more.
A database of databases. Large collection of material related to pollution, energy, toxicology, water resource issues, industrial pollution and more. Includes scientific journals, conference proceedings, reports, monographs, books and government publications.
Covers science, social science, engineering, art & humanities research journals, (but you can limit search to only some of that). Provides a count of number of times the article was cited. *Tutorial Available
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Try these sources when looking for news about your topic.
LexisNexis Academic - Lexis Nexis Academic provides access to the full-text of many news, business, and legal resources, including the New York Times.
Factiva - Full text of many news and business resources. Includes Boston Globe from 1987-present.
Greenwire - coverage of environmental and energy news with a focus on politics and policy.