with the Environmental Protection Agency and the Environmental
Law Institute, Information Renaissance hosted Libraries
as a Community Resource for Environmental Information. This
explored the opportunities for libraries to serve as a key
source of environmental information. Using the power of the Internet,
hundreds of librarians, citizens and members of communities, states
and local and national organizations discussed how libraries
and online resources can be strengthened in order to expand the
citizen and community access to local, state and national environmental
Dialogues are a part of Information Renaissance's Network Democracy
program, that seek to expand opportunities for education and public
participation in governmental activities through the use of the
The Web site provides
different options for participation. Each page on the site includes
navigation icons to the topic areas described below. Select any
of the major headings to begin exploring this subject, and join
our discussion about Libraries as a resource for environmental
Information. Or use the hot links on the left-hand side of any
of the Web pages on the project site.
this Event. Project information: announcements; discussion
agenda; information on panelists;
registrant demographics; how to participate;
rules of the road; frequently asked questions; project sponsors.
Book. Background material; existing online resources and
current library activities.
the Dialogue. Information on
who should participate; what is involved; Dialogue registration
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