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Canadian Psychological Association, Environmental Psychology
Presents information about the Environmental Psychology section of the CPA, and includes information about topics relevant to environmental psychology.
Current Trends in Environmental Psychology
This article discusses what environmental psychology is, how it relates to environmental design professions, prominent research topics in environmental psychology, and issues faced by environmental psychologists.
Environment Canada
"We are a science-based government department whose business is helping Canadians live and prosper in an environment that is properly protected and conserved.".
Environmental Psychology
This article briefly describes what environmental psychology is and the different topics that environmental psychologists research.
International Association for People-Environmental Studies (IAPS)
"Aims to improve the physical environment and human well-being.".

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