Canadian Guide to Health and the Environment
Edited by Tee L. Guidotti and Pierre Gosselin with the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment.
Published by The University of Alberta Press, 1999.
|The very word Canada often calls to mind icy
mountains, grassy fields, rushing rivers and an unlimited supply of fresh,
clean air. The truth is that many of us live in urban environments, where car
exhaust and acid rain are more familiar than icy mountains. Canadian Guide
to Health and the Environment explores some of the environmental challenges
that affect the health of Canadians every day. Informative chapters explore
environment, health and our daily life; biodiversity and Canadas living
resources; major pollutants; public health issues such as water and air quality
and global environmental issues. Truly an eye-opening read!
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