Making Wise Environmental Decisions
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An Outline for Teaching Conservation in Elementary Schools. U.S. Department of Agriculture. 1971. U.S. Government Printing Office.
Global Warming. Assessing the Greenhouse Threat. Laurence Pringle. 1990. Arcade Publishing. New York.
Environmental Education in Action. U. S. Department of Agriculture. August 1973. U.S. Printing Office.
What Price Clean Air? A Market Approach to Energy and Environmental Policy. 1973. Research and Policy Committee of the Committee for Economic Development.
Project Wild. Various Contributors. 1983. Western Regional Environmental Education Council.
Project Learning Tree. Western Regional Environmental Education Council. 1988. American Forest Council.
Science under Siege. Balancing Technology and the Environment. Michael Fumento. 1993. William Morrow, Inc. New York.
Our Children's Toxic Legacy. How Science and Law Fail to Protect Us from Pesticides. John Wargo. 1996. Yale University Press. New Haven, CT
50 Simple Things You Can So To Save The Earth. The Earth Works Group. 1989. Earthworks Press. Berkeley, CA
Too Much Garbage. Patricia Lauber. 1974. Gerrard Publishing Company. Champaign, Illinois.
Recycling. Joan Kalbacken and Emilie U. Lepthien. 1991. Childrens Press. Chicago.
Sea Otter Rescue. The Aftermath of an Oil Spill. Roland Smith. 1990. Cobblehill Books. Dutton. New York.
Acid Rain. John Mc Cormick. 1986. Gloucester Press. New York. Toronto.
Water. Frank Asch. 1995. Harcourt Brace & Company. New York.
The Water We Drink. Jill Wheeler. 1990. Abdo & Daughters. Edina, Minnesota.