This single hardback volume (2007) contains information on habitat destruction, habitat fragmentation, introduced species, overharvesting, pollution and sustainable development in Australia.
Sustainable development is when people meet their needs while preserving the environment, so that in the future people will also be able to meet their needs.
Polltion is when people make the environment dirty and unhealthy.
Habitat fragmentation is when people leave fragments of undisturbed habitat within disturbed or destroyed habitat.
Habitat destruction is the damaging of the habitat of a plant or animal.
Introduced species are plants and animals that are living in a place that is not their natural home.
Overharvesting is when people take too many plants or animals from the environment.