Energy of the Future

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    "Eco-Action" looks at the new technologies that will help to save our way of life on the planet, with a particular focus on reducing dependency on fossil fuels and output of carbon dioxide.An upbeat approach explains the problems but with an emphasis on current and future possible solutions. Action boxes throughout suggest ways readers can make changes, encouraging them to engage with the topic and increasing their understanding of personal responsibility. This book looks at pros and cons of alternative energies and lifestyle choices so students can make up their own minds. It includes case studies from around the world enabling students to apply their understanding to real-life situations.

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    Number of Pages: 48
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9780431029948
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    Listed in: Educational: Geography, Educational: Sciences, general science, Social issues: environment & green issues (Children's / Teenage)
    Publisher: Heinemann Library

    Books by Angela Royston

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