It's undeniable. The earth is warming. For the first time since the dawn of civilization, the earth's temperature is rising. Scientists and governments around the world, including the United States, not only agree that global warming is happening, they assert that we must do something about it fast. Yet while Gallup polls indicate that 70 percent of Americans are concerned about global warming, most people are unaware of what they can do to help fix the problem.51 Easy Ways You Can Prevent Global Warming (and Save Money!) converts this public concern into positive action, providing simple, everyday things you can do to minimize global warming-and save yourself money at the same time! Global warming may seem like an overwhelming and insurmountable problem. But there are easy things you can do around your home, in your backyard, and with your automobile that will help the planet and your pocketbook. While the book contains 51 topics, there are actually hundreds of tips and suggestions within the book that will help you address this global problem.Whether you are one of the nearly three-quarters of Americans who consider themselves environmentalists, or you're interested in practical ways you can save money each year, the straightforward tips packed within 51 Easy Ways You Can Prevent Global Warming (and Save Money!) will make this one of the most important and useful books on your bookshelf.
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Jeffrey Langholz is a leading environmental policy expert. He is on the faculty at the prestigious Monterey Institute of International Studies, which is home to the world's premier graduate degree program in international environmental policy. A highly sought-after speaker, Jeffrey has authored more than two dozen scientific articles, book chapters, and technical reports on a host of environmental topics. He lives with his wife in California.Kelly Turner is an environmental writer who graduated with honors from Harvard University, where she received her B.A. in English literature and language. Her stalwart commitment to environmental issues and policies has led her around the world, including to the International Mediation and Conflict Resolution's Symposium in The Hague, Netherlands, in 2001. She lives in New York City
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