The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is a government agency that devleops environmental rules and regulations. They also conduct scientific research to further their mission.
On the EPA's website, explore for regulations and laws. In addition, each industry is given it's own page for guidelines:
Many websites contain information about their environmental initiatives and work.
For example, General Motors has theirs available:
This guide will assist you in finding information for your Financial & Managerial Accouniting project.
Use Lexis Nexis to look up legal cases.
Access Lexis Nexis by clicking the link above or:
1- Go to the library homepage
2- Select "Articles and Databases"
3- Select "Business" from the drop-down subject menu
4- Select "Lexis Nexis"
If you are searching for legal cases, use the box that states Look Up a Legal Case. You can then search by the case name, or do a topic search.
Has your company had past environmental issues? Look at the EPA's enforcement page. You can search their database for your company.
Use ABI/Inform Complete to search for articles from:
Access ABI/Inform complete through the link above or through the library's databases:
1- Get to the library homepage (www.wpunj.edu/library)
2- Click on "Articles and Databases"
3- Select "Business" from the drown down menu
4- Select "ABI/Inform Complete"
When in ABI/Inform, use keyword searching. You can limit by type of publication, full-text availability, and date