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Biosph-l   
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: listserv@ubvm.cc.buffalo.edu. In the body of your message put subscribe biosph-l < Yourfirstname > < Yourlastname >.
 
 
CLIMLIST   
CLIMLIST is a moderated international electronic mail distribution list for climatologists and those working in closely-related fields. It is primarily intended for persons undertaking research in climatology, teaching climatology and providing services of a climatological nature. It is not intended for those with a general or avocational interest in climatology. Neither is it appropriate for persons whose sole contact with climatology is the use of climate data. However, students undertaking research for a degree are encouraged to subscribe. The list is used to disseminate notices regarding conferences and workshops, data availability, calls for papers, positions available etc, as well as requests for information.
 
 
Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Network (EREN) - Discussion Groups   
Energy efficiency, renewable energy, and alternative sources of energy are discussed on the mailing lists pointed to by the US Department of Energy's Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Network (EREN).
 
 
ENVIRONMENT-L   
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 listproc@cornell.edu with no subject and the body of the message reading subscribe ENVIRONMENT-L .
 
 
Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change (HDGEC)   
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.
 
 
Task Force of the Environment Discussion List (TFOE)   
The Task Force of the Environment Discussion List (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 majordomo@ciesin.columbia.edu
 
 

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