National Geographic EarthPulse
Wiley, Jun 30, 2008 - Science - 120 pages
John Wiley & Sons and National Geographic publish this visual report on trends in the world, EarthPulse. EarthPulse is a breath-taking pictorial about movements affecting and influencing our global society. Utilizing full-color imagery and National Geographic photographs, EarthPulse takes you on a journey of discovery covering topics such as The Human Condition, Our Relationship with Nature, and Our Connected World. Illustrated by specific examples, each section focuses on trends affecting our world today. Included are extensive full-color world and regional maps for reference. Updated annually, EarthPulse will keep readers informed about the fast-paced and ever-changing world.
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