Environment Canada Library
Environment Canada Library ensures the provision of quality information and a gateway to worldwide information resources to support the department’s mandate and programs. They are also the curator of the published corporate memory of the Department. Library services are provided through its service sites across Canada. Many of the services sites are open to the public. Each service site is unique; collection focus and on-site facilities may vary. Please consult the Environment Canada Library Directory for more information.
- Research/information queries
- Referrals to environmental experts
- Interlibrary loans - *Loan services are reserved for departmental employees. External clients must arrange loans through their own library
- On-site access to the Library's catalogue
- National Focal Point for Infoterra: the Global Environment Information Exchange Network
The Environment Canada Library collection contains scientific books, magazines, reports, videos and other materials on environmental subjects, such as climate change, biodiversity, chemicals of environmental concern, conservation, sustainable development, pollution, ozone depletion, water resources, recycling, wildlife management, environmental impact analysis and soil conservation.
This collection of monographs, journals, and other published media comes in all formats both printed and electronic. The majority of the Library's holdings can be found by searching in the Canadian National Catalogue, AMICUS.
For information on the Environment Canada Library, please contact the Library.
For general inquiries regarding Environment Canada, please contact the Inquiry Centre.
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