Renewable Resources encompass a broad spectrum of scientific and management applications in natural and managed landscapes: Environmental and Conservation Science, Forest Science, Forest Engineering, Soil Science, and more.
Topics covered include global warming, green building, pollution, sustainable agriculture, renewable energy, recycling, and more. GreenFILE is multidisciplinary by nature and draws on the connections between the environment and a variety of disciplines such as agriculture, education, law, health and technology.
Three major newsletters (ClimateWire, EnergyWire, Greenwire) are updated daily. E&E also produces special in-depth topical reports such as: Global Climate Debate, Pipeline Politics, Drought, Islands, Arctic Drilling, etc. This database contains the archive of these publication, and provides the ability to do key word searches across the archive. Three or four years of older issues available as archives. More extensive descirptions of newsletters below:
ClimateWire provides coverage of the debate over climate policy and its effects on business, the environment and society; covers key issues that surround the debate over climate change, including: Kyoto implementation; Post-Kyoto negotiations and nation-state positioning; International agency activities; Carbon market development; Alternative energy research and deployment; Financial community investment decisions; Corporate/multi-national response to climate concerns; Positions and lobbying by stakeholder groups; Consequences and lessons learned from GHG-reduction efforts; Latest science research and technology developments; Effects on water resources, species, ecosystems and agriculture; Trends and effects for traditional and non-traditional fossil fuel resources; Consequences for electric utilities; Economic effects; Costs to consumers; US Federal agency programs, legislation, policies and funding; State program development and implementation;
EnergyWire, launched in 2012, initially delivered deep, broad and insightful coverage of the business and political issues surrounding the rapidly expanding unconventional energy industry in the United States and around the world. In January 2014, E&E expanded EnergyWire to also cover the various developments that are transforming the electric utility industry, including the switch to natural gas, the growth of distributed energy, the need for significant infrastructure expansion and the flattening of demand. These factors and others confront the traditional utility business with significant uncertainty. Key issues covered by EnergyWire include: shale oil and gas development, liquefied natural gas (LNG), oil sands, deepwater and Arctic drilling, enhanced oil and gas recovery, and other emerging fossil energy sources; environmental concerns and the effects on water resources; the debates over regulatory authority and land and mineral rights; technology development; finance, mergers and acquisitions; pipelines, LNG terminals and other energy infrastructure; economic consequences; legislative and legal issues; global energy supply and geopolitical implications; grid stability and security; distributed generation and renewables;
renewable portfolio standards and carbon regulation; base-load fuel utilization and base-load facility retirement and replacement;
Greenwire is the leading information source for comprehensive, objective, daily coverage of environmental and energy policy, politics and markets. Greenwire's daily stories keep readers up-to-date on the energy and environmental landscape, including major U.S. regulations, legislation and court cases in play; also explains how the battle over energy policy and climate change is affecting investment trends, technology development and the capacity to deploy new fuel types, generating capacity and carbon mitigation strategies. In addition it covers a wide range of natural resource issues from endangered species to water issues.