Showing posts with label pollution. Show all posts
Showing posts with label pollution. Show all posts

November 15, 2012

Everything Old Is New Again. It's America Recycles Day!

Today is America Recycles Day. The America Recycles Day web site has great resources including finding out what can be recycled, and how to join an event or host an event in your area. You can even take the pledge to recycle more.

Here's what we're doing: Enslow Publishers, Inc., is committed to printing our books on recycled paper. The paper in every book contains 10% to 30% post-consumer waste (PCW)). The cover board on the outside of each of our books contains 100% PCW. Our goal is to do our part to help young people and the environment too! 

We also publish books that will help students understand why recycling and a clean environment is important. 

In our book, 
Recycle: Green Science Projects for a Sustainable Planet, students will learn about recycling and how it can save energy as well as valuable resources that are growing ever more scarce. By doing experiments, students can gain a better understanding of why recycling is important and why it plays a role in creating a greener world. For more information on this book and other books in the Team Green Science Projects series, visit our web site. 

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September 21, 2010

Conserving and Protecting Water: What You Can Do

Conserving and Protecting Water: What You Can Do, written by Stephen Feinstein, has been published.

Some think Earth should be called the "water planet," because even from space we can see that it's covered with water. But our water is endangered by pollution and global warming, and people may run short of water for drinking, irrigation, and other needs. Find out what kids can do to help save and protect this precious resource.

128 pages, full-color photographs, Enslow Publishers, Inc.
ISBN 13: