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Environmental Issues In American History

RRP $286.99

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Controversy surrounding environmental issues is not a recent development in American history. Since the time of the early settlers, issues concerning the environment have plagued certain groups of Americans. In this exhaustively researched study, primary documents support different sides of various questions, such as the use of water as an energy source, deforestation, gold mining in California, and the emergence of wildlife conservation. High school and college students will not only find this book extremely comprehensive, but will also find its heated discussions exceptionally engaging. Some of the major topics covered include differences between the way Native Americans and early settlers treated the land, The Land Ordinance of 1785, Thomas Jefferson's views about the land, the commercial progress of New England river valleys, establishing the Adirondack Forest Preserve in 1885, Theodore Roosevelt's thoughts on forest conservation, the pros and cons of hydraulic gold mining, the near-extinction of the North American bison, andThe Lacey Act Magoc's book will prove an essential asset for all American history students.


Energy And The Environment 2e

RRP $137.95

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The cover photo showing illuminated areas of the Earth at night as seen from space satellites illustrates global energy use patterns. The global extent of increasing energy use is cause to examine the ramifications of resource consumption and its effects on the world in which we live. This text examines several critical topics of global importance associated with our increasing use of resource consumption and its impact on our environment.

Energy and the Environment, 2e provides updated information on pivotal issues that surround the study of energy through the exploration of basic concepts, resources applications, and problems of current interest. The text presents up-to-date research and data from the pages of current journals and government publications.


Health And Environmental Issues That Shake The World

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This book entitled "Health and Environmental Issues That Shake The World" by Dr Paul Ola Igboji shows the authors love for man and the planet. According to the author, when High Immune Deficiency Syndrome (HIV) and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) were discovered as sexually transmitted diseases that have no cure, the eyes of the world opened. Even before their discovery other ailments like Cancer, Sickle Cell Anaemia, Malaria, Typhoid, Cholera, Dysentary, Yellow Fever, Laser Fever, Tuberculosis, Asthma, Leprosy and a host of others have ravaged the world. Not quite long "Ebola" which is also incurable. Even though, some have remedies that tend to cure the disease or prolong life of patients like HIV but not AIDS, Cancer, Asthma, Leprosy; others like Ebola and Laser fever is yet to have cure. Others like Malaria, Cholera, Yellow Fever, Tuberculosis, Dysentary have been defeated through vaccination and drugs that are very successful. Other health and environmental issues that shake the world, according to this author include diabetes, influenza, small pox, Mumps, Measles and Rubella (MMR), migraines, cardiac, blood substitutes, smart pills, xenotransplantation, mental and emotional disorders, obesity, anorexia, genetic modification of plants, cloning of animal, gas poisoning, Viagra/drug abuse, endocrine disrupters, climate change, ozone layer depletion, global warming, rise in sea level, flooding/tsunami; desertification, drought; erosion, earthquake, landslides, tornado, hurricane. Human life is threatened on air, land and sea. Insecurity, fear, uncertainty, anxiety trail the blaze in life of human race. To crown it all, we have moved from era of cold war to that of global terrorism. The later has been very difficult as it cuts across regions, continents and countries and very difficult to control as terrorist are humans living and eating with one another innocently. Terrorists have no tomorrow in their dictionary. It is either today we perish or never and does not honour father, mother, wife, children, religion, state, leader, the led and any legislation or material on earth. Terrorists are greater than nuclear weapon as the latter's use can never be envisaged by any normal human being except in the case of Armageddon or nuclear accident. Moreover, the nuclear weapons being stored today may be black gold of future generations. Both the owner and user of nuclear weapon are bound to Hades or Hell Fire instantly once they are launched. In a world of uncertainty, panic, distrust, hate, religious divide, socio-cultural divide, political divides, economic divides, quest for supremacy, discrimination, apartheid, imperialism, borders, taboos, dogmas, molestations, abuse, betrayal, name it; we live on a keg of gunpowder ready to devour all. But, there remains a solution. NASA and other atheists now believe that God exist and have key to mysteries of the world. All the gods and satans we worship submit to only one true God that is omniscient, omnipresent and omnipotent, very fair, civil, descent, affordable, beneficial, adoring, kind, loving, charismatic, untouchable God that rules heaven and earth and has everything at his grip. He can reverse everything evil to good and restore world order, peace and togetherness. But, till he does, that many health and environmental issues; will continue to threaten the world. The book's contents are very delicious. It is a must read for everyone. Take a look!



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