A new column in American Libraries magazine: sustainability in libraries

A must read column Sustainability in Libraries in the American Libraries magazine, launched this month with a first post by  on sustainable thinking by convening communities and being part of the solution for a better world:

“This Sustainability in Libraries series will give our profession a chance to explore the issues surrounding sustainability more fully, learn about groundbreakers in our midst, and inspire you to think differently about the future of your community and your library”  

Looking for Column editor for EGJ!

Flora Shrode has been compiling the list of books and websites on environmental topics for the Electronic Green Journal for years and is now looking for others who might be interested in taking over the column. If you are interested contact  Flora  directly at flora.shrode [ at ] usu.edu

The Electronic Green Journal (EGJ, e-ISSN: 1076-7975) is a peer-reviewed digital journal that provides open access to scholarly, international environmental information.  It was launched in 1994 and is published semiannually by the UCLA Library.  Maria Anna Jankowska, Librarian for Economics/Data Services and Government Information at the UCLA Charles E. Young Research Library, is the founding editor of the EGJ and is currently the general editor. The journal’s site is: http://www.escholarship.org/uc/uclalib_egj