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Hold Your Water: 68 Things You Need to Know to Keep Our Planet Blue

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Hold Your Water offers insight into the water and world around us. Taking a conversational approach to conservation, it dives into simple ways that even little old you can make a difference--all with a witty, and at times whimsical, slant on the world in which we live.

The Wyland Foundation is widely lauded by politicians and scientists alike for its practical insight and p
Paperback, 208 pages
Published April 1st 2006 by Andrews McMeel Publishing
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This book is about environment problems. This book provides a lot of helpful information about how we can all work together to clean and conserve water. The book also offers easy ways for people to help preserve water and other related precious resources.It Divided into more than 30 sections, and shows how everyday activities such as car washing, showering, fertilizing-even ‘pet poop’ cleanup-can negatively impact the environment.I would highly recommend this book to anyone who concern about wat ...more
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