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Published: 20 August 2020

608 Pages | 335 photos; 156 figures

ISBN: 9780199033829

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This text is published by OUP Higher Education Division

Environmental Change and Challenge

A Canadian Perspective

Sixth Edition

Philip Dearden, Bruce Mitchell, and Erin O'Connell

  • Comprehensive coverage of key topics, including natural science, planning and management, Canadian environmental resources, and the interrelationship between human actions and environmental change.
  • Provides a strong foundation in basic scientific concepts, preparing students to assess complex topics such as global warming, water security, ozone depletion, the use of pesticides and herbicides, and the workings of the ecosphere.
  • A blend of Canadian and international examples and perspectives gives students a balanced and broad introduction to environmental studies.
  • Encourages students to take action, by taking a positive approach to environmental studies - this text gives students the tools they need to think critically, take action, and make their own environmentally sound choices.
  • A dynamic, full-colour design with a rich variety of photographs, maps, figures, and tables throughout.
  • Printed on FSC certified recycled paper, demonstrating OUP Canada's commitment to the ideals promoted in the text.