48 pages , Heinemann-Raintree Library , 2006-01-01 Pollution is a massive global problem with far-reaching consequences. Air, water, radioactive, and terrestrial pollution affect the lives of millions of people daily, causing disease and death, and contributing to global warming. This book examines how pollution has become a worldwide issue and discusses the debate over ...[Read More]
64 pages , Capstone , 2009-07-01 Describes what global warming is and the problems it poses, discusses different strategies being used to raise awareness of the problem and reverse or mitigate its effects, and provides suggestions for how everyone can help.
240 pages , CRC Press , 1992-12-18 The arrival of western science and economic interests to the tropics has dramatically changed the tropical environment and its ecology. Environmental Management in the Tropics discusses the ecology of the tropics and examines how it is different from the temperate zone where western science evolved. The author discusses how native peopl...[Read More]