With a focus on humanizing science, this Science and Society set shows students all the factors that motivate research, and reveals how scientists compete and collaborate. By exploring the connections between science and society, each book illustrates both, how society supports science, and how science in return supports society.
Examines contemporary issues on pollution, covering such topics as its impact on the environment, health implications for humans and animals, and future measures that can be undertaken to protect all forms of life on Earth
What kind of global effort is needed to reduce greenhouse gases? To what degree do greenhouse gases contribute to global warming? What kind of technological solutions exist to combat greenhouse gases? This informative anthology investigates the various aspects of greenhouse gases through the lens of diversified perspectives. Includes primary and secondary sources from a variety of perspectives including eyewitnesses and scientific journals.
This book presents the information needed to understand why the ozone depletion catastrophe theory is a hoax. The evidence includes how ozone scientist Gordon Dobson discovered the Antarctic ozone hole in 1956, before CFCs were widely used, & showed that it was a natural annual phenomenon; how natural sources of chlorine far outweigh man-made CFCs; & much more.