576 pages , Barron's Educational Series , 2015 Barron's AP Environmental Science, sixth edition version offers the same in-depth review of detailed test topics and practice exams as the print edition. It includes a new diagnostic test that pinpoints the test taker's strengths and weak areas, an overview of the course, plus helpful test-taking tips and strategies, and hun...[Read More]
2012-09-13T07:00:00Z Renowned naturalist Roger Lovegrove has travelled to the world's remotest islands, from the South Seas to the Arctic Circle. They are beautiful, dangerous, and inspiring. Here he tells the story of twenty; each a self-contained habitat with a delicately-balanced ecosystem, and each its tales of humans who have settled, despoiled, or cared for them.
"There is need to establish a network of researchers and practitioners in environmental education as a way to promote active, informed and responsible citizenship, as a condition for a more peaceful, fair and ecological human society, to guarantee an equitable access to natural resources and a harmonious relationship among human beings, other living things and the planet."
KEEN aims at creating a...[Read More]
144 pages , ReadHowYouWant.com , 2010-01 In accessible and inspiring prose, leading environmental activist Laurie David explains why global warming is the most urgent issue facing our planet. Newly revised and updated, Stop Global Warming turns headlines into action, providing testimony of David's own grassroots efforts to sound the alarm for the American people. Rousing...[Read More]
96 pages , PRUFROCK PRESS INC. , 2007-07-01 Powers, a book in the Multiage Differentiated Curriculum Kit for Grades 6-8, continues man's search for power by looking at the multiple meaning and uses of power. The books in Prufrock's new Multiage Differentiated Curriculum Kits employ a differentiated, integrated curriculum based on broad themes. This all-in-one curriculum ...[Read More]
224 pages , Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. , 2012-10-18 “Remember the Sabbath and keep it holy.” Sounds nice, but how do we find rest in a 24/7 world? Just as the Hebrews were slaves in Egypt, we have become slaves to technology. Our technological tools allow 24-hour productivity and connectivity, give us more control, and subtlety enslave us to busyness itself. Sabb...[Read More]