The following links are to external sites of additional environmental or UN history projects:
An extensive timeline of environmental history tracing events, trends, and the work of influential individuals, from ancient civilizations through to the present.
Thorough documentation of the history of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, including illustrated timelines, oral history interviews with all of the agency administrators, press releases, statements and journal articles, and information about the organization itself.
IISD’s Reporting Services Division provides a variety of multimedia informational resources for environment and sustainable development policymakers, including daily coverage of international negotiations, analyses and photos. They also have useful mailing lists.
Comprehensive study of the economic and social activities of the United Nations including over seventy oral history interviews with prominent public figures engaged in the intellectual life of the United Nations and a series of eleven books on various aspects of UN intellectual history covered by the Project.
The UN Studies Working Group is a community of UN practitioners and researchers whose aim is to exchange and develop ideas on UN-focused studies and research.
A project of the Association of Former WHO Staff Members to collect the testimonies of distinguished former staff members in order to build up WHO’s collective memory and make these historic resources available to researchers.