To make better decisions for tomorrow, it is critical that we effectively manage the wealth of sustainable development knowledge available today. As physical and virtual meeting places of the mind, cultural incubators and spaces for learning, libraries offer some essential ingredients for achieving sustainable development.
|· Janice Gair|
Vice-President, Human Resources and Corporate Services
|· Marlene Roy|
|· Stacy Matwick|
Information Centre Assistant
Tapping into our collective knowledge about people and nature reveals possibilities for a more sustainable future. Much of this knowledge can be found in various forms in print and electronic media, and sourced through the library's database, SD-Cite (http://sd-cite.iisd.org).
IISD's Research Library specifically locates, organizes and provides access to knowledge about:
SD-Cite: IISD Research Library Database
Updated on a daily basis, this database contains thousands of print and electronic sources of information on sustainable development. Sources in this fully searchable database are classified according to the OECD Macrothesaurus and descriptors.
GENERata: Knowledge for Future Generations
GENERata web-magazine keeps you up-to-date on sustainable development issues and insights from creative thinkers. It takes the best information and transforms it into knowledge, showcases ideas and captures the past to inform the future.
Information and Reference Services
The IISD Research Library responds to inquiries about sustainable development policy and IISD’s programmatic work. As members of numerous networks, library staff can also direct inquirers to subject experts and other organizations. E-mail: email@example.com