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You can get the app here. Follow the onscreen instructions to download and install the app. Once installed, to add the eBook to your Kindle Fire: 1. Select Save as and select a location to save your eBook file.

MOBI to a folder on your computer. Your Mac opens the Kindle's file system, as shown here: 5. Find the eBook. MOBI file you saved in step 3, then drag and drop it into the device's Books folder.

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Wait for the file to transfer and safely eject the device from your computer. The eBook should appear on the device's carousel screen. If not, the eBook will be found in the Docs application. PC users 1.

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Real science. Following real people and real science, Environmental Science for a Changing World uses an engaging, journalistic approach to show students how science works and how to think critically about environmental issues. Each module uses a single, integrated story to provide context for the science with beautifully designed infographics to clarify essential processes and concepts.

This approach has proven so effective that instructors using the book report a dramatic increase in the number of students who read the assignments and come to class ready to participate. The third edition features new stories, updated scientific coverage, and a new modular organization that makes using the book easier than ever.

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Each module ends with a set of study questions designed to reinforce the link between the science and the Guiding Questions. Three Literacies — Environmental science touches all aspects of our lives and is a prime venue for teaching core competencies for the non-major: environmental literacy, science literacy, and information literacy.

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