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Describes some of the numerous species of wildlife found in rainforests, looks at native tribes, and speculates on future study and development
Presents a comprehensive guide to the geography of the world, with world maps and articles on cartography, notable explorers, climate and more.
The disappearing rainforests - can they be saved?In the last forty years, half of the world's rainforests have disappeared. Butthese wild and exciting places are important to all life on Earth. This booklooks at the peoples, animals and plants of the rainforests and at the dangersthey face. Is it too late to save them?
Part of the EARTH WATCH series, a child-friendly look at the science behind deforestation of the planets rainforests, with panels containing facts and figures, case studies and activities. Compatible with National Curriculum Key Stage 2-3. Illustrated with photographs and diagrams.
Describes the world's rainforests, their canopies and forest floors, their climate, and the variety of plants and animals which they support, and suggests related projects and activities.
This adventure takes Ms. Frizzle and her class deep into the rainforest. Their quest to find out why the Friz's cocoa tree has stopped growing cocoa beans, and why rainforest trees have become unhealthy.
Rainforests are the lungs of our planet - regulators of the earth's temperature and weather. They are also home to 50 per cent of the world's animals and plants - which for centuries have been the source of many of our key medicines. And yet we've all heard of their systematic destruction; the raising of trees to make way for plantations of oil palms or cattle, the disenfranchisement of indigenous peoples, and the corruption that leads to illegal logging and pollution. But this is the full story you've never heard: an in depth, wide-ranging, first-hand narrative that not only looks at the state of the world's tropical rainforests today and the implications arising from their continuing decline, but also at what is being done, and can be done in future, to protect the forests and the 1.6 billion people that depend upon them. It is inspirational, too, in its descriptions of the rainforest's remarkable birds and plants ... and its indigenous people. Rainforest is a personal story, drawing on the author's many years' experience at the frontline of the fight to save the rainforests, explaining the science and history of the campaigns, and what it has felt like to be there, amid the conflicts and dilemmas.

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