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Fact Finders: Humans and Other Life on Earth - Sharing the Planet

by Ava Sawyer (author)

Suitable for 11 - 14 years

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Ever since we first walked on Earth, humans have transformed the world around us. Hunting has harmed animal populations. Pollution and deforestation have spoiled habitats. But all is not lost. Humans have also worked hard to protect the environment through nature reserves, conservation projects and breeding programmes. And there are things you can do to help…

  • Part of a topical series that explores how humans affect Earth
  • Focuses on the human impact on animals, plants and habitats
  • Explores conservation initiatives and other positive choices
  • Explains simple ways in which children can make a difference
  • Includes critical thinking questions, a glossary and detailed timeline

Product Details

Catalogue number

8481 in Secondary Schools Catalogue 2019/20







Date published

August 2nd, 2018

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  • 32 pages


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