Looking for Articles?
ASU Library provides access to 400+ research databases. For sustainability, try searching the following databases: Academic Search Premier | GreenFILE | Ecology Abstracts | Environment Index | GeoRef | SpringerLink Collection | Web of Knowledge | Energy Citations Index | Encyclopedia of Global Change | Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems | Earth Trends | Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals | ABI Inform | Applied Science & Technology Agricola | CAB Abstracts | EI Compendex
To find more databases, go to the Research Databases link from the library homepage to get an alphabetical list of databases or search for a list of databases by subject.
Looking for a Specific Journal?
Use the Journal Title Lookup link from the library homepage. Make sure to search both the Electronic Journals and the Print Journals.
Looking for Books?
Use the ASU Library Catalog link from the library homepage.
There are many educational videos available via ASU Library through Films on Demand on the topic of sustainability. New videos are added regularly, so for the latest selection it's best to search Films on Demand. Below is a sample of what's available for sustainability.
The ASU Library provides assistance in many ways:
In-person at the Information/Reference desks in each of the libraries
By phone at the Information/Reference desk in each of the libraries
By e-mail (we'll respond within 2-24 hours)
By online chat (available M-F 9am-5pm)
The ASU Library also has subject librarians who specialize in the literature and information in specific areas.
The subject librarians:
Act as liaisons to academic departments,
Provide library instruction for ASU classes,
Recommend and assist with library resources for research,
Purchase material needed for classes.
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