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101 Facts

Author : Madhu Singh Sirohi
ISBN : 9788179932018
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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The way we live our lives affects everything around us—birds, animals, plants, and all other natural elements. This factbook is full of information on how our lifestyle affects climate change and the ways—big and small—by which we can protect the earth. Discover how you can be a green citizen of the earth!
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Saving Planet Earth

Author : Tony Juniper
ISBN : 9780007261833
Genre : Conservation of natural resources
File Size : 61.64 MB
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The book of the major BBC1 TV series which will be the TV event of 2007. Combining stunning images, with ways you can help to save it for future generations and introduced by Sir David Attenborough.
Category: Conservation of natural resources

Saving Earth

Author : Cliff Huckleberry
ISBN : 9798631767645
Genre :
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John Cunningham is a husband, a father, a grandfather...and the president of the United States. As a no-nonsense politician heralding from the state of Kansas, John is seasoned in his role as leader of the free world. He's no stranger to making difficult decisions designed to protect the majority of constituents and to secure a prosperous future for generations to come.Then, the inconceivable takes place: earth begins dying. Overpopulation, pollution, and destruction of the planet's ecosystem are just a few of the factors responsible for the world's crisis. John's position of power is taken to a whole new level as he is now tasked with deliberating on measures that have the potential to change the identity of the human race. As the nation's leading scientists rush to conduct an exhaustive review of feasible options to present to the US President, John is pressured by the certainty that decisive action is imperative if there is to be any chance of saving earth.The most obvious action, a clandestine operation that would annihilate most of the human race, is immediately rejected. Too unpalatable, even for a man accustomed to making practical and unpopular decisions. He is, however, intrigued by another option. At first glance, it's unsavory...but it might just be earth's only viable option. What should be a thoughtful decision involving great deliberation is fast-tracked by the urgency of the situation: John knows he has little time to act. Even a marginal delay might prove to be too late; the world may never recover. As difficult decisions are made and alliances formed, what is first perceived to be a foolproof plan manifests into a stealth action that affects every corner of the world. Witness the deceit and betrayal, action, intrigue, and unexpected turns of events embedded in this story heralding the will to survive and the unchanging nature of mankind.

Saving The Earth

Author : Ernst M. Conradie
ISBN : 9783643903044
Genre : Religion
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Christians seeking to "save the Earth" have to relate creation to salvation by doing justice to both themes. This study explores the ambiguous legacy of the ways in which this challenge has been approached in the reformed tradition of Swiss, Dutch, and German origins and in the reception of this tradition in South Africa. The book focuses on the diverging interpretations of the category of "re-creation" in this regard. (Series: Studies in Religion and the Environment / Studien zur Religion und Umwelt - Vol. 8)
Category: Religion

Saving The Planet By Design

Author : Ken Yeang
ISBN : 9781317495796
Genre : Architecture
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Can we ‘save the Planet’? For a resilient, durable and sustainable future for human society, we need to repurpose, reinvent, redesign, remake and recover our human-made world so that our built environment is benignly and seamlessly biointegrated with Nature to function synergistically with it. These are the multiple tasks that humanity must carry out imminently if there is to be a future for human society and all lifeforms and their environments on the Planet. Addressing this is the most compelling question for those whose daily work impacts on Nature, such as architects, engineers, landscape architects, town planners, environmental policy makers, builders and others, but it is a question that all of humanity needs to urgently address. Presented here are two key principles as the means to carry out these tasks – ‘ecocentricity’ being guided by the science of ecology, and ‘ecomimesis’ as designing and making the built environment including all artefacts based on the emulation and replication of the ‘ecosystem’ concept. Designing with ecology is contended here as the authentic approach to green design from which the next generation of green design will emerge, going beyond current use of accreditation systems. For those who subscribe to this principle, this is articulated here, showing how it can be implemented by design. Adopting these principles is fundamental in our endeavour to save our Planet Earth, and changes profoundly and in entirety the way we design, make, manage and operate our built environment.
Category: Architecture

Saving The Earth

Author : Will Steger
ISBN : STANFORD:36105038657255
Genre : Social Science
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This environmental action guide discusses the causes and impact of environmental threats, the history of the problem, potential solutions to the problems, and helpful resources
Category: Social Science

1 001 Ways To Save The Earth

Author : Joanna Yarrow
ISBN : 081185986X
Genre : Nature
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Cutting-edge ideas for supporting alternative energy and reducing consumption will inspire veteran recyclers. Plus, the book itself is printed with vegetable-based inks on paper from sustainably managed forests. Practical, positive, and easy to use,
Category: Nature

Your Planet Needs You An Everyday Guide To Saving The Earth

Author : Bernadette Vallely
ISBN : 9780349013886
Genre : Nature
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If there was ever a time to stand up for your planet, for Mother Earth, this is the time. But what are the most pressing environmental issues affecting us today? And what actions can you, as an individual, take to combat them? If you want to know what you can do, then this is the book for you. Your Planet Needs You is the essential beginner's guide to understanding the environment and the threats to its wellbeing. From plastic waste to pesticides, food production and chemicals, global warming to species extinction, this book covers the topics that you need to know about. With practical and positive tips, this book will show how you can be part of the solution and help make a better world, whatever age you are. Includes sections on air pollution, environmental law, fast fashion and ethical living, as well as resources such as recommended reading and lists of groups and organisations that you can get involved with.
Category: Nature

Saving The Earth

Author : Camilla de la Bédoyère
ISBN : 149948481X
Genre :
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There are many steps we can take to help save Earth from climate change and global warming. This thought-provoking volume brings up many important questions and provides helpful answers about how we can help make our planet a more pleasant place to live for everyone. Through the accessible and conversational text, readers are encouraged to ask their own questions and practice critical thinking about their own role in protecting the environment. The detailed glossary and colorful illustrations supply additional information about this essential science curriculum topic. This book truly fosters a spirit of environmental activism.

Hand To Earth Saving The Environment

Author : Jessica Cohn
ISBN : 9781433383342
Genre : Nature
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Help readers make a difference by encouraging them to learn about the various ways the environment needs our help and the things they can do to reduce their carbon footprint. Readers will learn about the effects of pollution, fossil fuels, renewable and non renewable resources, deforestation, and recycling through interesting images and charts and informational text. This nonfiction title features a glossary of terms and a list of helpful websites that encourages children to take part in helping the environment in many different ways.
Category: Nature

Saving The Earth

Author : Steven M. Gelber
ISBN : 0520067622
Genre : Religion
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Category: Religion

Earth And Word

Author : David M. Rhoads
ISBN : 0826428274
Genre : Religion
File Size : 50.34 MB
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sermons on ecology, creation, nature and justice, and a means to foster and strengthen the church’s commitment to eco-justice ministry.
Category: Religion

Saving The Earth

Author : Akuppa
ISBN : 9781907314568
Genre : Religion
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If you've been wondering how to make a difference in protecting the environment, but don't know where to start, this guide is your solution. Filled with practical tips and insightful reflections, Saving the Earth provides tools for change while showing how the Buddhist philosophies of interconnectedness and compassion are of immense use in our efforts towards preserving the Earth
Category: Religion

100 Facts Saving The Earth Pocket Edition

Author : Claybourne ANNA
ISBN : 1786176629
Genre :
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Find out how to help save the planet with this handy pocket-sized book that's bursting with giant facts. From global warming to plastic pollution, learn about why the Earth is in danger, how humans can combat the problem and what the world will be like in the future.

Saving The Earth With Leftovers

Author : Kathleen Hoersch
ISBN : 1936046539
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Harriet loves to visit her grandparents. They always teach her new things. On this visit, Gramps shares stories about birds and Gram talks recycling. While on a trip to the "stick place," Harriet discovers blooming flowers buried in the brush pile. They take them home and convince Gramps that flowers are part of the Earth and everything on Earth needs a chance. At the end of the book, they each share ideas for saving everyone¿s leftovers.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Saving The Earth As A Career

Author : Malcolm L. Hunter, Jr.
ISBN : 9780470691687
Genre : Science
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Written in an informal and engaging style, Saving the Earth as a Career is an ideal resource for students and professionals pursuing a career in conservation. Written in an informal and engaging style this book introduces all the important steps to becoming a conservation professional, from making the right career choice to finding a position in the field Provides helpful advice to students about selecting a course, conducting research projects, writing papers, and attending conferences Looks at a number of professions, from environmental lawyer and civil engineer, to ecologist and environmental scientist “Saving the Earth as a Career is a valuable reference and the authors have taken a momentous step forward in guiding future generations to protect the planet’s natural assets,” Conservation Biology, (Vol 23, No. 3, 2009)
Category: Science

The God Species

Author : Mark Lynas
ISBN : 9781426208911
Genre : Nature
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"We humans are the god species, both the creators and destroyers of life. In this groundbreaking new book, Mark Lynas shows us how we must use our technological mastery over nature to save the planet from ourselves."--P. [4] of jacket.
Category: Nature

Saving Planet Earth A Practical Hands On Approach

Author : Kent Andersen
ISBN : 9781257207046
Genre : Science
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This book will take the reader on a journey through various alternate energy mechanisms from solar, thermal, electrostatic, Cold Fusion, Electromagnetic to even more exotic forms of power generation through plasma coupling to the zero point field. Unlike any other book out there this book will show the reader how these devices could help prevent global climate change and liberate humanity. Its all about saving the planet. Come join the possibilities.
Category: Science