The Green Disk: A Journal of Contemporary Environmental Issues


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Title: The Green Disk: A Journal of Contemporary Environmental Issues

Publishers of a bimonthly journal on disk, the Guide to a Sustainable Future, the Guide to Environmental Computing (with over 1200 listings), and eBase 6.0 -- a comprehensive database of environmental issues, campaigns and organizations.

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Now in its fifth year of publication, The Green Disk is the premier journal of the environmental movement, having received rave reviews from all corners. Published every two months on a computer disk in IBM and Macintosh formats, The Green Disk is a journal of contemporary environmental issues used by educators, journalists, activists and professionals all over the world. Each issue is a compendium of resources on one environmental issue such as the Decline of Global Fisheries, Environmental Building & Design, and our review issue the Depletion of the Ozone Layer, which you can download or browse here. In addition to the research papers, bibliographies, articles and resources related to the issue topic, sections covering a broad range of environmental subjects include: current news; an index of periodicals; publication and other media release announcements; job listings; a calendar and much more.

All issues published so far have been incorporated into The Green Disk Environmental Database (eBase version 6.0). Research compendia may be ordered separately on the following topics:

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The entire 9000 page collection of back issues has been published as eBase version 6.0. It also includes the Guide to Environmental Computing, plus all of the issues listed above, plus a user interface for reading and full Boolean (and/or) keyword searching for Mac or DOS/Windows. A one-year subscription to The Green Disk brings you bimonthly issue updates for the database, which will include not only a new subject compendia but the latest environmental news, resources available and more. Click for ordering details.

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The Green Disk informs, educates and encourages action while having a minimal impact upon the environment itself. All of our correspondence, brochures, manuals and packaging are printed on unbleached paper made entirely from old newspapers and magazines. The disks are top-quality recycled computer disks manufactured by a computer media recycling company called GreenDisk® located in Woodinville, Washington. This company is cooperative with, but is completely separate from Ecology Media and The Green Disk.

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