China Green from Asia Society

China Green, from the Asia Society, provides videos, photographs and graphics on climate change, energy policy, sustainability, and environmental conditions in China.

From the Web site’s description page: 

China Green, a multimedia enterprise, will document China’s environmental issues now and for years to come and will strive to serve as a web forum where people with an interest in China and its environmental challenges can find interesting visual stories and share critical information about the most populous nation in the world whose participation in the solution to global environmental problems, such as climate change, will be indispensable.

China Green

http://sites.asiasociety.org/chinagreen/

“By the Book” by Rita Reusch: Thinking about the Future of Law Library Print Collections

University of Utah Quinney College of Law professor and law library director Rita T. Reusch has a considered article in the latest Law Library Journal issue [vol. 100, no. 3, Summer 2008]: By the Book: Thoughts on the Future of Our Print Collections.

The abstract reads:

Academic law libraries are increasingly confronting issues relating to the future of their print collections. The decline in use of print materials and the financial pressures of trying to maintain duplicative print and electronic collections force difficult choices. This article discusses these and other issues — philosophical and practical — that come into play in this changing environment.