Endangered Planet

Endangered Planet

Book - 2004
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Endangered Planet is a timely examination of the state of the earth"s ecosystems. Today, humans influence every natural habitat on the planet. The consequences can be devastating--dozens of species are wiped out each year, coasts and oceans are fouled with oil spills, and grasslands and forests are destroyed to feed the appetite of modern agriculture. Endangered Planet also reveals how renewable energy, recycling, and wildlife protection will play a key role in the survival of Earth.
Publisher: Boston : Kingfisher, ©2004
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780753457764
0753457768
Branch Call Number: j 333.95 B966e 2004
Characteristics: 63 pages : color illustrations, color maps ; 29 cm

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Explores the delicate web of natural cycles that supports millions of species, from single-celled bacteria to the rare giant panda, and reveals how our ever-growing demand for food, fuel, and living space threatens to damage Earth's habitats beyond repair.


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