Earth's Changing Environment (Learn and Explore)
Give your students, librarians, and teachers accurate and reliable information on climate change with Earth's Changing Environment. Written for ages 10 to 17, this comprehensive look at the environment focuses on climate, greenhouse effect, global warming, and the Kyoto Protocol while exploring the delicate web of life with articles on ecology, biogeography, biodiversity, endangered species, deforestation, and desertification. The effects of environmental pollution and efforts to protect the environment and to conserve its resources are also addressed.
“This in-depth examination of the causes and effects of climate change on the environment is adapted from articles to be included in current and upcoming editions of Compton’s Encyclopedia. Climate, ecology, and environmental pollution are the main subjects with each area subdivided into sections including the greenhouse effect, biogeography, endangered species, and environmentalism. Contributors are top professionals in their field. Sidebars add information on topics ranging from saving the giant panda to notable environmentalists. Students who use encyclopedias will find the format and look of this volume familiar. The colorful, labeled graphics and illustrations are effective but do not overwhelm the wealth of information provided in the (small-print) text. The scope is international and the message regarding the urgent need for change in environmental policy and commitment is delivered with scientific detachment. An excellent source for students requiring more than a cursory examination of the subject… ” – School Library Journal
|Lexile ® Measure||NA|
|Product Type||Hardcover Books|
|Primary Contributor||Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.|
|Age Groups||Ages 7 to 9, Ages 10 to 12|