Environmental Catastrophe (Current Controversies) (Library Binding)

Environmental Catastrophe (Current Controversies) By Bridey Heing (Editor) Cover Image
By Bridey Heing (Editor)
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Unlike natural disasters, which happen because of the earth's natural geological processes, environmental catastrophes are devastating events that occur due to humanity's impact on the environment. These can include nuclear bombings, oil spills, and more recently the extreme weather events brought about by climate change. Wildfires, heat waves, flooding, droughts, and numerous other catastrophic scenarios manifest as a result. Use this volume to inform and alert your readers about this essential topic. With the global impact of environmental catastrophes becoming increasingly pronounced, scientists and politicians alike question what the best course of action may be to slow or even reverse the devastation. With this book, readers will form intelligent opinions that can help shape future action about necessary solutions.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781534506176
ISBN-10: 1534506179
Publisher: Greenhaven Publishing
Publication Date: December 30th, 2019
Pages: 176
Language: English
Series: Current Controversies