Environmental Science

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2010 - Science - 632 pages
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Updated throughout with the latest environmental information, issues, and facts, the new Eighth Edition of Environmental Science provides a clear introduction to the environmental topics facing society today and offers many possible solutions on how we can move towards a more sustainable way of life. The author focuses on the root cause of many environmental problems and takes care to presents both sides of the issues. Every chapter emphasizes critical analysis to teach students how to approach these complex topics and determine the merits of the debates for themselves. New Go Green tips offer suggestions for how students can be more environmentally conscious in their daily lives.

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Daniel D. Chiras holds a Ph.D. in physiology and teaches courses on sustainability and environmental health at the universities of Colorado and Denver. He is also an avid musician, organic gardener, river runner, and bicyclist. He lives with his family in a passive solar/solar electric, straw bale, and rammed tire house in Evergreen, Colorado.

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