Currently including nearly 150 articles from digitally archived issues which are usually only available by paid subscription, the page will be updated with new content on a monthly basis and counts among its contributors, Geographical, New Internationalist and Resurgence & Ecologist.
The resource page is divided into eight distinct sections that each feature a rich collection of articles; ‘Agriculture', ‘Biodiversity & Conversation’, ‘Climate Activism’, ‘Climate Literature & Art’, 'Climate Politics’, ‘Deforestation’, ‘Fossil Fuels & Pollution’ and ‘Renewable & Sustainable Resources’. The page is designed for both personal reading and unlimited use in schools, universities and other educational institutions as a diverse teaching tool that spans multiple disciplines.
The articles, which have been hand selected by the participating publishers, extend as far back as 1989 and carry readers through over 30 years of climate change theory, research and innovation to 2021. The Exact Editions platform displays each article exactly as it was published in the print issue and includes jump links to external website addresses to allow for further research.
The ‘Climate Crisis Resource Page’ is accessible here.
Daryl Rayner, Managing Director of Exact Editions, said: “The climate crisis is an area in which we can all better educate ourselves and we are delighted to be able to facilitate the sharing of crucial writing, perspectives and information from such a wide selection of magazines with an international audience.”
Rob Norman, Magazine Marketing Manager at New Internationalist, commented: “The ‘Climate Crisis Resource Page’ is invaluable. Many great pieces from many great publications that help highlight why action is so urgent (as well as a few who disagree).”
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