48 pages , Groundwood Books Ltd , 2016-08-01 Milly Zantow wanted to solve the problem of her town’s full landfill and ended up creating a global recycling standard — the system of numbers you see inside the little triangle on plastics. This is the inspiring story of how she mobilized her community, creating sweeping change to help the environment. On a trip to Japan ...[Read More]
992 pages , Houghton Mifflin College Div , 1991-12-09 Information Please continues to be the almanac of choice for a large and growing number of readers. Just as comprehensive as its competitors, and highly readable, is is truly the ultimate browser's reference. Contains sections on politics, population, the environment, ecology, personal finance, consumer affairs, and m...[Read More]
547 pages , McGraw-Hill/Irwin , 1999 Throughout DiscoverEcon you will notice expanded exercises, interactive graphs, and tutorials. You will also notice 25 new videos hosted by Paul Solman, Economics Correspondent for The Lehrer NewsHour on PBS. Solman developed these videos on DVD specifically for Principles of Economics to further illustrate and reinforce basic economi...[Read More]
871 pages , Office of the Federal Register , 2006-09-15 The Code of Federal Regulations is a codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the Executive departments and agencies of the United States Federal Government.
476 pages , Abela Publishing Ltd , 2010-02 This volume is a treasure chest of classic Eastern tales drawing on the rich folklore of Turkey. Forty-four Turkish Fairy Tales has not been in print for almost 100 years, mainly because the original edition had lavish production standards. On the used market, mint copies of the 1913 original can cost up to four figures. This vo...[Read More]
32 pages , Childs World Incorporated , 2009-08-01 Herbie helps out at his grandfather's hardware store, where they discuss reducing, reusing, and recycling, and then take a visit to the recycling center.
288 pages , Bloomsbury Publishing USA , 2013-11-12 How can garbage turn into gold? What does recycling have to do with globalization? Where does all that stuff we throw away go, anyway? When you drop your Diet Coke can or yesterday's newspaper in the recycling bin, where does it go? Probably halfway around the world, to people and places that clean up what you don't want...[Read More]