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The Activities Workbook provides active learning exercises and in-class activities to help students interpret graphs and data, calculate ecological footprints, engage in the causes and consequences of key environmental issues, and devise their own solutions to environmental problems.
Table of Contents
|Table of Content?|
|Ecological Footprints||p. 1|
|The Economy and the Environment||p. 9|
|Environmental Policy||p. 15|
|Chemistry and the Environment||p. 21|
|Evolution and Biodiversity||p. 27|
|Community Ecology||p. 33|
|Ecosystem Ecology||p. 41|
|Human Population||p. 47|
|Agriculture and the Food We Eat||p. 59|
|The Importance of Protecting Biodiversity||p. 65|
|Forest Management||p. 71|
|Urban Land Use||p. 77|
|Environmental Health and Toxicology||p. 83|
|Freshwater Resources||p. 89|
|Marine Resources||p. 95|
|Air Pollution and the Atmosphere||p. 101|
|Global Climate Change||p. 107|
|Fossil Fuels||p. 113|
|Conventional Energy Alternatives||p. 119|
|New Renewable Energy Alternatives||p. 127|
|Waste Management||p. 135|
|Sustainable Solutions||p. 141|
|Geology, Minerals, and Mining||p. 149|
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