National Library of France
Science and Technology Department
Centre de ressources Développement durable ( Resources Centre for Sustainable Development )
Located in Room C of the Haut-de-jardin Library, the Centre de ressources Développement durable proposes a collection of 1,500 books, about twenty magazines ((Terra Éco, La Revue durable, L’Écologiste, La Maison écologique…) and audiovisual documents.
It covers numerous fields of interest: biodiversity preservation, waste processing, green economy, education for sustainable development or sustainable construction. It aims to provide any person interested in this topic with a wide variety of information.
This Resources Centre benefited from the support of the Hermès Foundation.
Portail Développement durable
Online documents to complement the collections about sustainable development housed in the Reference Library (Rooms C and D). The topic is approached from various angles: history of ideas, debates, new consumption habits...
History of the department
The decision to create the Science and Technology Department was made when designing what was to become, in 1994, the Bibliothèque nationale de France.
This institution was formed by merging the former National Library with the Établissement public de la Bibliothèque de France.
The department’s collections include both:
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