| By Kristine Krapp, Content Strategist |
Flooding coastlines. Heat waves. Extreme storms. Melting glaciers. Starving polar bears. Invasive species. Vanishing bee colonies. GMOs. Pollution.
The environment effects everything around us. It’s in the news and on our minds daily. Teachers discuss environmental issues in science classrooms; politicians debate over environmental policies on a local and global level; and world leaders have to consider the impact the environment has on social justice. But what can we really do about our changing planet? Should we drill for more oil or invest in renewable energy? Should companies who pollute the environment be responsible for cleaning it up? These are timely and complicated questions that require the latest information in environmental research.
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