102 Results
102 Results
Natural resources —Jakab, Cheryl.

Examines the over-consumption of the earth's natural resources.

Crinkleroot's guide to giving back to nature —Arnosky, Jim.

Crinkleroot introduces readers to nature, giving a guided tour of the seasons and suggesting things they can do in their own backyards to protect the environment.

Eco-solutions : it's in your hands —Owen, Oliver S., 1920-

Discusses environmental problems including population growth, air and water pollution, and the depletion of natural resources.

This book is not garbage : 50 ways to ditch plastic, reduce trash, and save the world! —Thomas, Isabel, 1979- author.

Our planet is in peril and needs your help! If you want to learn to reduce waste and save the Earth, here are practical tips and projects that make a difference! The bad news is, humans throw away too much trash. But the...

Overpopulation —Jakab, Cheryl.

Examines the problems associated with overpopulation in the world's largest cities and countries.

Why should I protect nature? —Green, Jen.

Simple text and pictures illustrate the importance of protecting nature.

True green kids : 100 things you can do to save the planet —McKay, Kim.

Invites children and their parents, teachers, and community to embark on an eco-adventure through a series of fun ideas that can be applied everywhere from the living room to the local park.

Atlas of environmental issues —Middleton, Nick.

Describes and explains major environmental issues of the world today including soil erosion, deforestation, mechanised agriculture, oil pollution of the oceans, acid rain, overfishing, and nuclear power.

Natural resources —Morgan, Sally.

"Presents a global look at where Earth's natural resources come from and how they are traded between countries, including the benefits and drawbacks of globalization in this area."--Provided by publisher.

Protect nature —Barnham, Kay.

Explores how every day actions of humans can harm nature, from the pollution created by the fuel we use to the habitats that are destroyed to make way for cities.

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