Periodic “cyberseminars” (online seminars) hosted by the Population-Environment Research Network.
A vehicle for communication on population-environment research topics among members of PERN. Membership in PERN is free-of-charge and open to anyone with interests in population-environment research.
A SEDAC-sponsored mailing list that serves as a forum for discussion and sharing of information concerning foreign, comparative, and international (fci) legal resources.
A SEDAC-sponsored list that serves as a forum for exchange on the broad topic of environmental and sustainability indicators.
A SEDAC-sponsored mailing list that serves as a forum for the exchange of information and opinions on the human dimensions of global environmental change.
A space for collaborating on the development of Global Roads Open Access Data Set (gROADS), a digital, public domain global road map.
A space for the exchange of information on the spatial delineation and characterization of slum areas in developing countries.
Provides access to baseline and scenario data related to population, economic development, technology, and natural resources for use in climate impact assessments.
A network which seeks to advance academic research on population and the environment by promoting online scientific exchange among researchers from social and natural science disciplines worldwide.
The vision of the Polar Information Commons (PIC) is of an open, virtual repository to foster the sharing of vital scientific data and information fostering innovation and improved scientific understanding of the polar regions.