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Europe and the Environment by David Flint

Europe and the Environment

by David Flint

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Each title in this series examines a topic common to the whole of Europe, highlighting similarities and contrasts between Eastern and Western Europe and exploring the continent's place in the world as a whole. Case studies are provided of individual countries. Focusing on the environment, this volume explores its nature in Europe, and what measures are being taken to protect it. Europe consists of many different landscapes, from sandy beaches to snow-covered mountains, and from deep valleys to high moorland. Their one common feature is their fragility - it takes little to disturb the delicate relationship between plants, animals and insects. The book discusses the effects of industry, power production and agriculture, together with the building of new towns and holiday resorts.

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