Sex Education in Europe Turns to Urging More Births
The New York Times, International Business Article, Sex Education in Europe Turns to Urging More Births.
"This course is an in-depth study of the relationship of variables with the environment. Currently, our globe is experiencing a “Go Green” attitude. What are the implications of this movement? Is this a trend or an incorporated change? These are questions which our course will attempt to provide evidence for. Content of the class will be centered on ecological issues which directly and indirectly impact community health. Various issues to be covered include health aspects of environment, including health problems related to water, air, and noise pollution, pesticides, population, and radiation."
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"Essential Environment: The Science Behind the Stories. Withgott, J. and Laposata, M. (2014) 5th Edition. Benjamin Cummings. (ISBN 978 -0321984579). "
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