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50 Ways to Save the Earth by Anne Jankeliowitch
  

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50 Ways to Save the Earth by Anne Jankeliowitch

In 50 Ways to Save the Earth , readers learn easy, meaningful ways to help reduce their carbon footprints, from saving energy and caring for water to putting the dustbin on a diet. Describing fifty simple daily actions, this book shows children that they can have a positive impact on the environment, and that every little action, no matter how small, counts. Filled with gorgeous and inspiring photographs, 50 Ways to Save the Earth reminds young readers of the beauty and fragility of our planet and encourages them to take action to preserve it.

About the Author

Anne Jankeliowitch is an engineer specializing in the environment. She has worked for several years in nature conservation and for the World Wildlife Fund and Greenpeace. She contributed to the best-seller The Earth from Above, and to several other nature-related books. Most recently she authored Ships. She lives in France. A regular contributor to magazines and books and the photographer of Abrams' Volcanoes: Journey to the Crater's edge, Philippe Bourseiller has been awarded the prestigious World Press Prize five times.

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Format

Hardback
128 pages

Author

Anne Jankeliowitch
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Publisher

Harry N. Abrams, Inc. an imprint of Abrams

Publication date

1st April 2008

ISBN

9780810972391


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