Science, Nonscience, and Nonsense: Approaching Environmental Literacy

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A pesticide banned in the United States is sold instead to farmers overseas; their products are then exported to American supermarkets. How do you know your fruits and vegetables are safe from contamination? . A mining company buys government land in Colorado at $5 an acre for possible mineral exploration, then sells it to a developer at $50,000 an acre for condominiums. Such procedures are both legal and increasingly widespread. Can a better-informed public stop them? . Attempting to calm public fears about the safety of ...

Science, Nonscience, and Nonsense: Approaching Environmental Literacy 1997, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD

ISBN-13: 9780801857744

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Science, Nonscience, and Nonsense: Approaching Environmental Literacy 1995, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD

ISBN-13: 9780801850905

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