Case Studies in Environmental Science is designed to promote grassroots awareness of global environmental issues through problem-solving analysis and verbal and written discussion of topics that pertain to seven regions of the United States and Canada. The twelve case studies present a range of views on selected environmental issues in a non-biased approach. Thought-provoking questions, commentaries, and readings have been included to stimulate students to investigate the issues in further detail beyond the presentation of each case study. The accompanying website provides the students with the tools and resources to go beyond the confines of the book and their geographic region. Updated monthly, the site will provide up-to-date links to resources and articles for each case in each region. Summaries of significant events in each region and for each issue will be provided with additional Critical Thinking questions designed to demonstrate the interrelationships between regions and issues.(While frigid weather isna#39;t generally a problem for Californians, it is a fact of life in the Northeast, where many EV mandates are being pondered.) ... For $15, 000, one can buy a nicely loaded Ford Taurus, Chevy Lumina, or dozens of similar models that dona#39;t need half a day to ... Accent, Ford Aspire, or several other models that offer performance superior to any electric car likely to be on the market by 1998.
|Title||:||Case Studies in Environmental Science|
|Publisher||:||Saunders College Publishing - 1998|