Future of the Earth
Abrams, 2004 - Aerial photography - 71 pages
This book for young readers explains sustainable development in easy terms. A primer on mankind's direct and indirect impact on the natural world, it explains how such topics as global trends, economic disparity and invasive species, among others, have changed the world we live in. Spectacular photos of fragile environments. Age 10+.
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