Answered By: Brian O'Donnell
Last Updated: Mar 07, 2022     Views: 112

If author or creator of an article is not provided, start the citation with the title:

Example 1

In-text citation: Reference List item:
Making engine oils carbon neutral will help lorry drivers to reduce their carbon footprint (Fleet Transport, 2021).

Fleet Transport (2021) Shell Rimula heavy duty diesel engine oils are carbon neutral, (March/April), p.49.

Title of Journal (year of publication) Title of article, Volume(Issue number), [or] (date/month of publication) [in the absence of volume and issue], page number(s).


Example 2

In-text citation: Reference List item:
This commentary discusses the global green recovery programme (The Guardian, 2021).

The Guardian (2021) The Guardian view on climate progress: the need for speed, 31 January. Available at: (Accessed: 29 April 2021).

Title of Newspaper (year of publication) Title of article, date, page number(s) [if available]. Available at: web address (Accessed: date).

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