Known for its currency and readability, this book focuses on enabling readers to critically evaluate the latest environmental issues and to apply that understanding to situations and events in their everyday lives. It explores the interactions of humans within the natural environment and probes issues thoroughly examining their scientific basis, their history, and society's response. The authors discuss sustainable development and public policy in terms of how they shape the present and future. Topics covered include ecosystems and how they work; the human population; renewable resources; energy; pollution and prevention; and more. For anyone interested in environmental science, environmental studies, and environmental biology.
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This book is set up very well and is easy to follow. The examples are very up to date with a presentation that allows for discussion and solutions. Read full review
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A great textbook for AP environmental science. Would've preferred some multiple choice quizzes in it, though. Read full review
Sustainability Stewardship and Sound Science
What Is the Stewardship Ethic?
PART ONE Ecosystems and How They Work
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