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The Environment & Society Portal invites you to discover openly accessible resources on the human-environment relationship. Explore interpretive exhibitions, illustrated Arcadia articles, Places & Events, and the Multimedia Library’s journals, images, and recordings. We hope you’ll find unexpected inspiration.
Visit "The Wegener Diaries: Scientific Expeditions into the Eternal Ice" and get unique insights into the manifold challenges German polar explorer Alfred Wegener and his team faced during their expeditions to Greenland between 1906 and 1931.
Browse Arcadia, a collection of illustrated encyclopedia-like articles about places, events, people, organizations, and species as they relate to both nature and human society.
Visit the online exhibition "Rachel Carson's Silent Spring, a book that changed the world" and learn all about the global reception and impact of Silent Spring as well as about the book’s legacy in popular culture, music, literature, and the arts.
The Environment & Society Portal is a project of the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society, a joint initiative of LMU Munich and the Deutsches Museum. The center is supported by a grant from the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research. Read more about the Portal in English and in German.
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