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The long-term consequences and the personal stories of people around the world `going green' make up the focus of this beautiful new book for children. The scientific and technical advances of the last century have had major effects on the earth. How can humans, in today's world, continue to respect nature and avoid doing irreparable damage to the planet? From pollution to carbon dioxide emissions and endangered plants, from disappearing languages to glaciers, this book details the ways in which people affect their environment and how a more stable balance can be achieved, comprehensively informing readers about the reality of the earth's ecosystem and inspiring them to do what they can to help save the planet.
Yann Arthus-Bertrand is a world-renowned aerial photographer, journalist, reporter and environmentalist. He is especially well known for his book Earth from Above and his film 'Home'. He has published over 30 books.