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    Rainforests

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    Examines the difficult decisions faced by governments and organizations concerned with rainforests and asks what we as individuals can do to help. This book also looks at whether there can be a balance between people's needs and the well-being of the forests themselves.
    ISBN: 9780750238144
    AuthorMcLeish, Ewan
    PublisherNameHachette Children's Group
    Pub Date13/03/2003
    BindingPaperback
    Pages64
    Availability: In Stock

    What are rainforests and why are they important? This book looks at the fragile ecosystem and its destruction over the last fifty years. It looks at whether there can be a balance between people's needs and the well-being of the forests themselves. This book talks about the causes of the destruction of rainforest and also at the positive projects that are already happening to conserve the rainforest. It also looks at the future of the forests. Opposing viewpoints are given throughout to provide opportunities for discussion and debate.

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    What are rainforests and why are they important? This book looks at the fragile ecosystem and its destruction over the last fifty years. It looks at whether there can be a balance between people's needs and the well-being of the forests themselves. This book talks about the causes of the destruction of rainforest and also at the positive projects that are already happening to conserve the rainforest. It also looks at the future of the forests. Opposing viewpoints are given throughout to provide opportunities for discussion and debate.