In the catalog, use the following subject headings:
Clean energy industries--Employment
Job analysis--Energy conservation
Job creation--Environmental aspects
Subheading: Vocational guidance under headings such as: Environmental sciences, Environmental engineering, Environmental protection, Pollution control industry.
ABI/Inform [Princeton only]
In this business database, use subject headings Employment and Energy Policy, Employment and Environmental protection, Employment and Alternative energy sources, Employment and sustainable development, etc.
Environment Complete [Princeton only]
Use subject headings Employment, Job creation, Job skills, Job qualifications, Occupational training, etc.
Gale In Context: Environmental Studies (formerly entitled GREENR) [Princeton only]
A search for "green jobs" yields an overview essay, case studies, conference reports and presentations, articles in academic journals and magazines, a list of organizations and associations, etc.
Selected References: Green Jobs (Industrial Relations Section, Princeton University)
Brief guide to sources current as of 2009