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GU-Q: Environmental Studies

If you are doing research in politics, economics, or history add an environmental component to compliment our complex, changing and uncertain world.

Finding News & News Sources

Georgetown University subscribes to numerous news resources that will allow you to locate material on a local, national, and international scale on any number of topics, i.e. politics, business and finance, culture, and more.  More so, newspaper articles can serve as secondary or primary sources for your research assignments and can assist you in putting people, places, and events into historical context.  

Consider browsing our Libary Launch Pad, using "news sources" as a limiter.

New York Times - Environment

New York Times

NYTimes online has many blogs, interactive features, videos and other web-only content.

News Bank

News Bank

Explore issues and events at the local, regional, national and international level. Its diverse source types include print and online-only newspapers, blogs, newswires, journals, broadcast transcripts and videos.