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Expert Answers to Everyday Questions About the Environment

EarthTalk by E Magazine
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From the authors of the leading environmental handbook Green Living? the best of E?s nationally syndicated Q&A column, EarthTalk

E / The Environmental Magazine has established itself as the leading independent environmental periodical since its debut in 1990. E reaches 180,000 readers per issue, and its website attracts up to 600,000 visitors a month. One of their most popular features is the column EarthTalk, now nationally syndicated in up to 1,700 newspapers, magazines, and websites. In EarthTalk, the editors of E answer readers? questions on the environment and the best ways to live green.

EarthTalk gathers together the best of these questions and answers in a quick and easy guide for the average Joe (or Jane). Searching by subject or looking up questions in the index, readers can learn everything from the difference between wild and farmed salmon to the pros and cons of nuclear power. EarthTalk provides the essential tools and tips to living in harmony with the planet.
Penguin Publishing Group; February 2009
304 pages; ISBN 9781440641558
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Title: EarthTalk
Author: E Magazine
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