The environment: opposing viewpoints

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Greenhaven Press, Mar 1, 1996 - Business & Economics - 216 pages
Presents twenty-eight articles debating issues related to the environment, discussing the extent of the environmental crisis, the effects of conservation on the economy, and what steps should be taken to protect the earth.

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Contents

Why Consider Opposing Viewpoints?
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Environmental Conditions Are Improving
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The Environmental Crisis Is Real
32
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Amy E. Sadler is a travel writer, playwright, and editor. She is the editor of Urban Terrorism, a title for the young adult reader that covers international and domestic terrorism, hate groups, and state militias. The articles are written by experts in the field and explore aspects of each complex issue. Another of her works, Family Violence, is a collection of articles, speeches, and excerpts from books relating to such issues as abuse of the elderly, violence against women, sexual abuse, and child abuse. Sadler is a travel writer for Eclectica Magazine, where her journal on her pursuit of the ghost of the author Jack Kerouac across the United States appeared as In Search of Jack Kerouac. The San Diego Playwrights presented a production of her play, Musing Zelda.