240 pages, 22 illus, 22 tabs
Environmental decisions present themselves every day in forms large and small. As environmentalism has become more complex, with potentially far-reaching impacts, it seems to be outpacing our individual understanding of the basic issues.
This book challenges readers to integrate concern for the environment with the necessities of daily living and introduces practical environmentalism as a new approach to sustainable environmental progress. It presents a four-part framework that includes environmental degradation, resource conservation, economic progress, and personal benefit as the four pillars to address when attempting to act on behalf of the environment.
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