The ESEH aims to offer to its members and the users of the website a growing number of information resources. At the moment you may peruse the joint ESEH/Rachel Carson Center project Arcadia: Online Explorations in European Environmental History, read our notepad newsletter, obtain more information about the journal Environment & History or the book series published by Berghahn, visit the website of the H-Environment mailing list, explore a number of electronic resources relevant to environmental historical scholarship, or look at list of publications by our members.

Use the links on the right to reach the different resources.