Eco-Fiction (formerly Cli-fi Books), run by British Columbia’s Moon Willow Press, maintains a growing archive of fictional novels, short stories, anthologies, prose, film, and other arts, including science fiction, literary fiction, speculative fiction, and other genres with environmental themes, with a strong focus on climate change.
NiCHE: Network in Canadian History & Environment / Nouvelle initiative canadienne en histoire de l’environnement is a confederation of researchers and educators who work at the intersection of nature and history to help make that work more available to fellow researchers, policy makers and the Canadian public
The Environment & Society Portal is a nonprofit project of the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society, a joint initiative of the LMU Munich (University of Munich) and the Deutsches Museum, that aims to make digital multimedia and interpretive materials in environmental humanities freely and openly accessible to academic communities and the interested public
The Anthropocene Project is an initiative of Haus der Kulturen der Welt in cooperation with the Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Deutsches Museum, the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society, Munich and the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies, Potsdam
The Sowell Family Collection in Literature, Community and the Natural World is a repository at Texas Tec University that contains the personal papers of some of the country’s most prominent writers on the natural world, including correspondence; drafts of manuscripts; research notebooks; diaries and calendars; and photographs, computer files, and film
Environmental Humanities is an international, open-access journal that aims to invigorate current interdisciplinary research on the environment. In response to a growing interest around the world in the many questions that arise in this era of rapid environmental and social change, the journal publishes outstanding scholarship that draws humanities disciplines into conversation with each other, and with the natural and social sciences
Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities is a digital, peer-reviewed journal of the Environmental Humanities that provides a forum for scholars from across humanities disciplines to speak to one another about their shared interest in environmental issues, and to plot out an evolving conversation about what the humanities contributes to living and thinking sustainably in a world of dwindling resources
Planetary: Teaching the Environmental Humanities is a community space for conversation about teaching the environmental humanities, especially writing, rhetoric, and literature, in and out of the classroom, allied with the Association for the Study of Literature and Environment (ASLE-USA) and its affiliates around the world
Toward a New Consciousness: Values to Sustain Human and Natural Communities (2007), a publication of Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Education. At its deepest level, if we are to address the linked environmental, social, and even spiritual crises, we must address the wellsprings of human caring, motivation, and social identity. To explore these themes, the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies convened an esteemed group of leaders representing diverse disciplines, including the natural sciences, social sciences, philosophy, communications, education, religion, ethics, public policy, business, philanthropy, history, the creative arts, and the humanities, and synthesized their insights and recommendations into this volume.