The Environment by Tara Koellhoffer
  

Synopsis

The Environment by Tara Koellhoffer

In today's world, there are many threats to the environment, including overdevelopment, pollution, and dangerous wildfires, which work to destroy what's left of our open land. Global warming threatens to dramatically change our climate and force many species of animals into extinction, and hunting, fishing, and disease also put wildlife at risk. The Environment examines all of these threats to our world, as well as some of the steps scientists are taking to protect what's left of the environment.

About the Author

Series editor and author Tara Koellhoffer earned her degree in political science and history from Rutgers University. Today, she is a freelance writer and editor with 10 years of experience working on nonfiction books for young adults, covering topics ranging from social studies and biography to health and science. She has edited hundreds of books and teaching materials, including Italy. She lives in Pennsylvania. Introduction by Emily Sohn, writer, Science News for Kids

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
144 pages

Author

Tara Koellhoffer
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Publisher

Chelsea House Publishers

Publication date

15th March 2006

ISBN

9780791091234


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