Saving Planet Earth: What is Destroying the Earth and what You Can Do to Help
The follow-up to the popular television series and book "Planet Earth," this work is a wake-up call that can serve to inform and inspire citizens to take action against the growing threats to the planet. Full color photos throughout.
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