Discusses resource consumption, population growth, and waste in relation to humanity's impact on the planet.

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Genre Book : Science
Author : Rob Hengeveld
Editor : University of Chicago Press
Release : 2012-04-15
File Download : 337 Pages
ISBN-10 : 9780226326993
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The first Horrible Science book to tackle the issues of global warming, and climate change: What are the sickening secrets of gruesome greenhouse gases? Which is the deadliest toxic waste? Will the Earth make it to the year 2100? Read on to found out the awful answers to these questions and many many more gruesome facts in this topical new title.

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Genre Book : Climatic changes
Author : Nick Arnold
Editor :
Release : 2009
File Download : 144 Pages
ISBN-10 : 1407108220
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Pray you're among the first to die. Follow the shattered lives of a handful of survivors left on a dying world. Civilization is no more, and even as the mushroom clouds settle, mankind's most horrific weapon still waits to be unleashed from its subterranean prison. It's a wasted world about to become a whole lot deadlier.

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Author : Geoff North
Editor :
Release : 2020-09-05
File Download : 342 Pages
ISBN-10 : 9798683064617
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"Following the footsteps of Thorstein Veblen, Stuart Chase, Ralph Borsodi, and others, JW Smith demonstrates the wasted labor within the American Economy at fully 50%. Eliminate the monopolization and wars which engenders that waste, share the remaining productive jobs, and each employable person need work outside the home only 2 to 3 days per week."--Publisher description.

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Genre Book : Political Science
Author : J. W. Smith
Editor : Instittute for Economic Dem, Press
Release : 1994
File Download : 558 Pages
ISBN-10 : 0962442321
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Genre Book : United States
Author : J. W. Smith
Editor :
Release : 1989
File Download : 300 Pages
ISBN-10 : UOM:39015018859382
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Genre Book : English poetry
Author : John Aikin
Editor :
Release : 1838
File Download : 732 Pages
ISBN-10 : UOM:39015031008330
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Genre Book : English poetry
Author : John Aikin
Editor :
Release : 1852
File Download : Pages
ISBN-10 : NYPL:33433076027410
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Few scholars nursed on the literary canon would dispute that knowledge of Western literature benefits readers and writers of the superhero genre. This analysis of superhero comics as Romance literature shows that the reverse is true—knowledge of the superhero romance has something to teach critics of traditional literature. Establishing the comic genre as a cousin to Arthurian myth, Spenser, and Shakespeare, it uses comics to inform readings of The Faerie Queene, The Tempest, Malory’s Morte and more, while employing authors like Ben Johnson to help explain comics by Alan Moore, Jack Kirby, and Grant Morrison and characters like Iron Man, the Hulk, the X-Men, and the Justice League. Scholars of comics, medieval and Renaissance literature alike will find it appealing.

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Genre Book : Literary Criticism
Author : Jason Tondro
Editor : McFarland
Release : 2011-10-14
File Download : 248 Pages
ISBN-10 : 9780786488766
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Sixty million people died in the Second World War, and still they tell us it was the Peoples War. The official history of the Second World War is Victors History. This is the history of the Second World War without the patriotic whitewash. The Second World War was not fought to stop fascism, or to liberate Europe. It was a war between imperialist powers to decide which among them would rule over the world, a division of the spoils of empire, and an iron cage for working people, enslaved to the war production drive. The unpatriotic history of the Second World War explains why the Great Powers fought most of their war not in their own countries, but in colonies in North Africa, in the Far East and in Germanys hoped-for Empire in the East. Find out how wildcat strikes, partisans in Europe and Asia, and soldiers mutinies came close to ending the war. And find out how the Allies invaded Europe and the Far East to save capitalism from being overthrown. James Heartfield challenges the received wisdom of the Second World War.

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Genre Book : History
Author : James Hartfield
Editor : John Hunt Publishing
Release : 2012-09-28
File Download : 557 Pages
ISBN-10 : 9781780993799
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This survey contains some new features which set it apart from its predecessors. Firstly, China and those other countries formerly known as Asian centrally-planned economies, which were previously excluded in the traditional estimates of the prevalence of food inadequacy or undernutrition, are now included. Secondly, the method of estimation has been refined. The coverage of anthropometric indicators, which provide information on the nutritional status of subgroups such as children, adolescents and adults, has also been expanded. The main conclusion of the survey is that in developing countries as a whole, per caput dietary energy has continued to increase. Although 20 per cent of the total population had inadequate access to food in 1990-92, this is compared with 35 per cent two decades previously.

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Genre Book : Reference
Author : Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Editor : Food & Agriculture Org.
Release : 1996
File Download : 153 Pages
ISBN-10 : 9251038376
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