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April 22nd is Earth Day, a time when many events are held to celebrate the Earth’s natural environment. This annual observance was first established in the early 1970s to raise awareness on negative effects of pollution to our health and ecosystems and led to the establishment of the government's Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
In honor of the day and to highlight the availability of quality academic research on environmental issues, we’re featuring here the EBSCOhost database Environment Complete, which is available to Rio Grande students, faculty and staff through OhioLINK services.
This resource covers wide range of agricultural and ecological-related topics such as renewable energy, marine & freshwater management, pollution & waste management, environmental law, urban planning, and much more.
As with most OhioLINK Databases, login is required for off-campus access to this particular resource (See our how-to video available at: http://youtu.be/Vw4SKq6JHF0.)
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