e-Bulletin (Jan 2023, Issue 165)

Featured Resources for Faculty of Business

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Media Resources

The Story of Oil (Episode 3)

War, Russia, and the geopolitical, economic need for renewable energy. The decline of oil resources along with its rapidly growing consumption leads to the inevitable constant conflict between nations, pollution, and a steadily warming planet. – From Kanopy webpage
The Story of Oil
A discovery of where chocolate comes from. Three renowned chocolatiers - Maribel Lieberman, Susumu Koyama and Mikkel Friis-Holm - take us through the process of craft chocolate-making, starting from the plantations, through the different stages of preparation of the beans and all the way to the final chocolate pieces. On their journey each of them finds how important it is to know the roots of their prime material - the cacao bean, and the social impact of the people involved in the chocolate production chain. – From Kanopy webpage
Chocolate Road

New Additions and Trial Database

Trial Database:

JSTOR journal and primary sources temporary expanded access

[Expiry: 30 Jun 2023]
To support libraries during the COVID-19 crisis, JSTOR has opened up free access to all Archive Journal Collections, Thematic Collections and Primary Sources Collections.