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About Sustainability Resources on JSTOR
The Sustainability collection on JSTOR is a growing and highly interdisciplinary set of content that covers more than 20 disciplines. The collection includes:
- More than 140 journals in the core disciplines of environmental studies, business & economics, law, environmental science, aquatic and biological sciences, ecology, and urban studies and the built environment.
- 5,000 research reports from a minimum of 40 leading think tanks around the world (2,000 available now, more coming later in 2017-2018). The often hard-to-find research reports will include policy briefs, technical papers, white papers, and discussion papers from government agencies, non-governmental organizations, corporations, policy institutions, and academic centers.
- 10 open access journals (two available in early 2017, more coming soon)
- More than 350 scholarly ebooks spanning the wide ranges of disciplines in the collection.
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