This book is one of a series which examines topical issues concerning people and the environment. The spine remains undamaged.
This book is one of a series which examines topical issues concerning people and the environment. Each book examines not only the threats posed to the earth.
Find nearly any book by John D. Baines. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Conserving Our World: Protecting the Oceans (Conserving Our World). ISBN 9781852108274 (978-1-85210-827-4) Softcover, Hodder & Stoughton Childrens Division, 1990.
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Acid rain is all the rain, snow, mist etc that falls from the sky onto our planet that contains an unnatural acidic. It is not to be confused with uncontaminated rain that falls, for that rain is naturally slightly acidic. It is caused by today's industry. When products are manufactured many chemicals are used to create it. However because of the difficulty and cost of properly disposing of these products they are often emitted into the atmosphere with little or no treatment.