Electronic mailing lists allow you to share with others information
on a specific subject. Members of the list send a message to the list
address and the message reaches all the list subscribers. The list below
includes some of the more popular lists of interest to the global change
BioGroup provides a global forum for the discussion of intrinsic/enhanced
bioremediation topics. To join the BioGroup, please visit http://biogroup.gzea.com,
select "Membership Info", and follow the directions therein.
Biosph-l is an unmoderated discussion of the Earth's biosphere. The
main focus of the list is on ecology and the biosphere. To subscribe
send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. In the body of your
message put subscribe biosph-l < Yourfirstname > < Yourlastname
CLIMLIST is a moderated mailing list for those interested in climatology.
To subscribe send an email to John.Arnfield@osu.edu. In the body of
your message include your name, email address, and your affiliation.
Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change
The Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change (hdgec) is an unmoderated
mailing list dedicated to the discussion of the social, economic and
cultural aspects of global environmental change. To subscribe send an
email to email@example.com, with subscribe hdgec
in the body of the message.
ENVIRONMENT-L is a moderated listserv set up by the Cornell Center for
the Environment to facilitate discussion on environmental issues. To
subscribe send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with no subject and the
body of the message reading subscribe ENVIRONMENT-L < yourfirstname
> < yourlastname > .
Task Force on the Environment
The Task Force on the Environment (TFOE) mailing list promotes awareness
of environmental issues for the American Library Association and its
members, and others. Individuals can join the TFOE list by sending the
message subscribe tfoe to email@example.com.
Lists of Electronic Mailing Lists