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University Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

European Green Deal

A beginning introduction to the European Green Deal and related web and library resources.

Finding Articles

Step One: Finding your database


  • Use one of the databases listed on this guide.
  • Explore the A-Z Database List.  You can filter this list by subject (e.g. European Union, Political Science, Business & Economics, etc.), by type (e.g. Full text, Primary sources, etc.), or search by name or the first letter.

If one database isn't giving you the results you want, feel free to switch to another database!

Step Two: Finding online articles

There are three ways to find online articles:

  1. Directly through a database, which will provide a link to online articles through the Library's Discover Full Text (Note: it's in a blue box).
  2. Through the Library's Journal and Article Locator
  3. Search for journals (but not articles) via the Primo Library Catalog's Journal Search.
What if my article is not available online in full-text?

Step Three: Finding print articles

During the Covid-19 pandemic, the Library will be providing scans of print articles in its collections. You can request scans via Document Delivery.

What if the library doesn't have an article?

Step Four: Interlibrary Loan

If your article is not available in full-text online and it is not available in print, you can request the article through Interlibrary Loan and Document Delivery.

  • Choose "Request a photocopy" and fill out the entire form, including the source of the citation. This process typically takes 7-10 days, so plan ahead! Interlibrary Loan will most likely deliver your article as a .pdf file to your email address.

Suggested Databases


This list represents only a small selection of journals related to environmental science, climate change, and public policy available through the Library.  To find others, please visit the Library's Journal Search or the Journal and Article Locator.