Sustainability: A Reader for Writers (PDF) focuses on the important topic of sustainability by exploring the latest research in economics, society, resource planning, and the environment. It delves into key issues such as climate change, food, water, soil, energy and resource management, and waste. The articles within the book offer a diverse range of experiences, ideas, and strategies, ranging from scientific research and thought-provoking questions to poetic reflection and compelling arguments.
Designed specifically for freshman composition courses, Sustainability: A Reader for Writers contains a mix of public, academic, and scientific readings, enabling students to develop the rhetorical knowledge and writing skills necessary to actively engage in academic and public discussions surrounding environmental topics.
Sustainability: A Reader for Writers is part of a series of concise single-topic readers from Oxford University Press, tailored to meet the demands of contemporary college writing courses. Each reader in the series presents a specific topic from various perspectives, encouraging a comprehensive understanding.
ISBN: 978-0199947508, 9780190203306
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