Book cover is beige with title in rainbow from red to green. 4 colourful circles have graphics and read "pollution, extinction, circular economics, renewable energy".
Pages 46-47 titled Renewable revolution.  Background shows map of the world with infographics of lightbulbs over different sections of the world to show renewable energy growth. Subsections of text titled "growth of renewable energy, electricity storage, global trend". A line graph is in this last section.
Pages 66-67 titled Feeding the world. 3 infographics of plates with colourful circles on top representing countries show figures on undernourished people. Subsections read "where are the hungry" and "the cost of food".
Pages 94-95 titled Taking to the Skies. Horizontal bar graph set at a jaunty angle show bars are streams from commercial airplanes. Sections titled "growth of air travel, top flight routes, increased fuel efficiency".
Pages 110-111 titled Our changing atmosphere. Line graph along the bottom in yellow and orange shows increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide from 1970 to 2020. Sections read "carbon acceleration" and "what is the atmosphere" showing an infographic of the gases in Earth's atmosphere. Large quote from Leonardo di Caprio reads "Clean air and water, and a livable climate are inalienable human rights."
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The Science of Our Changing Planet: From Global Warming to Sustainable Development

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The Science of Our Changing Planet features engaging infographics and analyses on environmental subjects from global warming to sustainable development. 

This science non-fiction takes us through facts about global warming, rising sea levels, and the shrinking Arctic ice sheet. It covers how climate change is affecting humans with coastal flooding, food production and air pollution. 

The Science of Our Changing Planet will help explain how climate change is impacting each and every one of us, with detailed, yet accessible, material.  

Features: 

  • Foreword by then HRH the Prince of Wales, now King

 Additional Information: 

  • Author: Tony Juniper
  • 224-page illustrated paperback
  • Dorling Kindersley Publishers
  • Publication Date: 04/11/2021
  • 200 x 168 mm