Author: Anne Nadakavukaren Publisher: Waveland Press, Inc. ISBN: 1577666860 Size: 29.19 MB Format: PDF, Docs View: 6045 DownloadRead Online
The crucial interdependence between humans and their environment is explored and illuminated in this revealing overview of the major environmental issues facing society in the twenty-first century. With attention to detail and cogent language, the author describes how human health and well-being are inextricably bound up in the web of interrelationships that characterize life on this planet. The presentation combines an overall ecological concern with specific elements related to personal and community health, giving readers a clear sense of how today's environmental issues directly impact their own lives.
New to the seventh edition is a chapter on clean energy alternatives that evaluates the long-term potential of the most promising renewable energy technologies as well as short-term strategies to increase energy efficiency. The discussion of global climate change has been significantly updated to reflect the latest assessments of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change with regard to evidence of global warming, mitigation strategies, and adaptation measures, as well as an up-to-date summary of ongoing international efforts to negotiate binding treaties that would produce meaningful reductions in greenhouse gases.
Our Global Environment is widely praised by students and faculty for its clear, compelling presentation. Abundant photographs and illustrations highlight salient issues and clarify trends, while boxed inserts in every chapter contain timely examples of general concepts presented in the chapters.
An accompanying Study Guide is available separately. Not-for-sale instructor resource material available to college and university faculty only; contact publisher directly.
Author: Anne Nadakavukaren Publisher: Waveland Press, Inc. ISBN: 1577667271 Size: 19.18 MB Format: PDF, Kindle View: 3585 DownloadRead Online NOTE: This ISBN is a Study Guide. It does not include Answer key
The versatile Study Guide to Our Global Environment makes it a perfect companion volume. It contains exercises presented in a variety of formats (true/false, matching, short answer, discussion, essay), allowing students to thoroughly review the material and reinforce their understanding of the topics in each chapter.
Exercises can be assigned as homework, incorporated into classroom discussions and activities, or used by students to prepare for exams. Moreover, the Study Guide contains specific activities that send students into their communities to seek information on local environmental concerns, giving them a real sense of how such issues directly impact their own lives.
Author: Anne Nadakavukaren Publisher: ISBN: B006NKNOPO Size: 33.76 MB Format: PDF, ePub, Docs View: 408 DownloadRead Online
It's a textbook that discusses the health-related issues in the environment. It points out the environmental issues that people are facing everyday in today's society such as pesticides, energy resources, food quality, population growth, air pollution and other environmental issues as well. Its compelling information attracts the attention from many college students to help them become more aware of the environment and how they address its issues.
Author: Anne Nadakavukaren Publisher: Waveland Pr Inc ISBN: 1577664205 Size: 19.29 MB Format: PDF, ePub View: 5282 DownloadRead Online
The perfect companion volume to Our Global Environment, 6/E (ISBN 1577664027), the Study Guide is designed with the student in mind! The exercises cover the major material in the text, allowing students to thoroughly review and more deeply understand the topics in each chapter. The questions, ranging from true false to essay, function equally well whether used by instructors as take home assignments or by students while preparing for exams. As with her text, Nadakavukaren touches on all of the major environmental issues facing the world today using a dual approach of describing the ecological impact of various human activities combined with specific issues of personal and community health. Through use of both the text and Study Guide, readers will gain a sense of the interrelatedness of environment and health and how these issues affect their own lives. They will be made aware of opportunities to participate in the decision making processes that will influence health and environmental quality in years to come.
Author: Anne Nadakavukaren Publisher: Waveland Pr Inc ISBN: 088133832X Size: 61.40 MB Format: PDF, Kindle View: 6269 DownloadRead Online
Human beings may be the dominant form of life on Earth today, but our health, well-being, and, indeed, survival are dependent on the health and integrity of the environment in which we live. Anne Nadakavukaren explores and clarifies this web of interdependency and interrelationships with uncommon insight into the functioning of the natural environment and the impact of human activities. She provides a comprehensive, up-to-date survey of the major environmental issues facing the world today within a dual framework of ecological concerns combined with specific issues of personal and community health. With the same clear, compelling writing that has made this text a perennial favorite among students and faculty alike, the author imparts to readers a sense of how today’s environmental issues affect their own lives. Moreover, Our Global Environment provides the understanding they need to participate in the decision-making processes that will influence health and environmental quality in the decades ahead. The Sixth Edition has been extensively updated and incorporates new issues of concern, including nuclear terrorism, genetically modified crop plants, mad cow disease, the obesity epidemic, and many others. Moreover, the text reviews the latest developments in international efforts to negotiate binding treaties on issues of global concern, such as climate change, ozone-layer depletion, and tobacco use, and incorporates numerous examples of environmental problems and solutions from other nations. Abundant photos and illustrations illuminate the discussion and also help clarify information and identify trends. The text contains 72 boxed features within chapters that highlight relevant, current, and illustrative issues and examples. These include: Tourism: Environmental Boon or Bane?, Seeking Greener Pastures: International Migration, The "Urban Penalty," Population Pressures Spur Mideast Tension, The Perils of Pregnancy, Supersized America: The Other Face of Malnutrition, Eco-Certification of Coffee, Slaughter in the Jungle, International Initiative to Fight Tobacco, Deadly Dust, The Dark Side of Beautiful Blossoms, International Initiative to Fight Tobacco, Beware of Mad Cows, "Loose Nukes" and "Dirty Bombs," Brown Cloud Over Asia, Watch Where You Swim: Recreational Water Illnesses May Be Lurking, and Plants vs. Pollution.
Not-for-sale instructor resource material available to college and university faculty only; contact publisher directly.
Author: Anne Nadakavukaren Publisher: Waveland Press ISBN: 1478609761 Size: 34.63 MB Format: PDF, Kindle View: 725 DownloadRead Online
New to the seventh edition is a chapter on clean energy alternatives that evaluates the long-term potential of the most promising renewable energy technologies as well as short-term strategies to increase energy efficiency.
Author: CTI Reviews Publisher: Cram101 Textbook Reviews ISBN: 1490279954 Size: 51.13 MB Format: PDF, Mobi View: 1797 DownloadRead Online
Facts101 is your complete guide to Our Global Environment, A Health Perspective. In this book, you will learn topics such as as those in your book plus much more.
Author: Philip Wexler Publisher: CRC Press ISBN: 1420084704 Size: 43.94 MB Format: PDF, ePub View: 4845 DownloadRead Online
A valuable guidebook to global chemicals management cooperation, this book reviews and analyzes multi-lateral efforts established to address the potential risks of chemicals on the world stage.
Author: Joseph V. Rodricks Publisher: Cambridge University Press ISBN: 1139459511 Size: 19.22 MB Format: PDF View: 2877 DownloadRead Online
This book provides a practical and balanced view on toxicology, control, risk assessment and risk management, addressing the interplay between science and public health policy.
Author: James Gustave Speth Publisher: Yale University Press ISBN: 9780300102321 Size: 37.85 MB Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi View: 7151 DownloadRead Online
Presents an analysis of the worsening global environmental crisis, citing ten contributors to environmental deterioration, including affluence, the American culture and its values, population, and poverty.
Author: Francis A. Schaeffer Publisher: Crossway ISBN: 9781433519505 Size: 59.13 MB Format: PDF, ePub, Docs View: 6672 DownloadRead Online
Repackaged and republished, Pollution and the Death of Man carries an important and relevant message for our day. With concluding chapter by Udo Middelmann.
Author: Candida G. Brush Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing ISBN: 1849806632 Size: 20.16 MB Format: PDF, ePub View: 5499 DownloadRead Online
This volume is rooted in research and considers growth challenges both contextually and firm specific, provoking current thought and enriching the current literature on gender and entrepreneurship.