My favorite sources for news and environmental history
Environmental History is the leading journal for environmental historians.
Environment and Society has some great exhibits and resources on environmental history worldwide. Check out their journal, too!
Grist has been dishing out environmental news and commentary with a wry twist since 1999 — which, to be frank, was way before most people cared about such things. Now that green is in every headline and on every store shelf (bamboo hair gel, anyone?), Grist is the one site you can count on to help you make sense of it all.
High Country News covers the American West's public lands, water, natural resources, grazing, wilderness, wildlife, logging, politics, communities, growth and other issues now changing the face of the West.
The Forest History Society, based in Durham, NC, has extensive archival, library, and photographic collections that document the myriad relationships that have existed between people, forests, and natural resources throughout history. Some of those sources are available on-line, and they have an incredible, searchable database of primary sources, photographs, and secondary literature. Check out their Research Resources page and their Searchable Database page.