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Cunningham and Cunningham: http://physics.hpa.edu/physics/apenvsci/cc15/
Chapter one of our text:
Please remember that these questions are due by 6 PM Sunday night, 8.21.11
Slides from our Thursday class on Global Footprint:
• Describe several of the most important environmental problems facing the world.
• Are there signs of hope for solving these problems?
• What do we mean by sustainability and sustainable development?
• Why does science support—but rarely prove—particular theories?
• How can scientists know if their research is reliable and important?
• How can critical thinking help us understand environmental issues?
• Explain how we can use graphs and statistics to answer questions in environmental
• What are some arguments for conservation or preservation of nature?
Chapter discussion questions: