Greenstone is a suite of software for building and distributing digital library collections. It provides a new way of organizing information and publishing it on the Internet or on CD-ROM. Greenstone is produced by the New Zealand Digital Library Project at the University of Waikato, and developed and distributed in cooperation with UNESCO and the Human Info NGO.
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- Brock, William A.; Taylor, M. Scott: The Green Solow model (2010)
- Kruk, Sebastian Ryszard (ed.); McDaniel, Bill (ed.): Semantic digital libraries (2009)
- Bahn, Olivier; Leach, Andrew: The secondary benefits of climate change mitigation: an overlapping generations approach (2008)
- Kahn, Matthew E.: Environmental disasters as risk regulation catalysts? The role of Bhopal, Chernobyl, Exxon Valdez, Love Canal, and Three Mile Island in shaping U.S. environmental law (2007)
- Smith, V. Kerry; Carbone, Jared C.; Pope, Jaren C.; Hallstrom, Daniel G.; Darden, Michael E.: Adjusting to natural disasters (2006)
- Buchanan, George; Jones, Matt; Marsden, Gary: Exploring small screen digital library access with the Greenstone Digital Library (2002)
- Witten, Ian H.: Examples of practical digital libraries: Collections built internationally using Greenstone (2002)
- Bainbridge, David; Buchanan, George; McPherson, John; Jones, Steve; Mahoui, Abdelaziz; Witten, Ian H.: Greenstone: A platform for distributed digital library applications (2001)