Space on Earth

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Space on Earth

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Number Of Pages 256
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Physical Dimensions 7.9 x 5.4 x 1 inches
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Publish Date November 28, 2006
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Subjects Popular science
Space travel & exploration
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Astrophysics & Space Science
Environmental Science
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Environmental Studies
Cosmology
Ethics & Moral Philosophy
Environmental Protection
Environmental ethics
Subtitle Saving Our World by Seeking Others
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Space on Earth
Authors Charles S. Cockell
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Categories Science
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Description Many environmentalists think going into space detracts from solving problems here on Earth. Many astrophysicists feel environmentalism hampers their exploration and settlement of space. Actually environmentalism and space exploration have one and the same objective, argues leading astro-biologist Professor Charles Cockell: to ensure humanity has a home. Cockell calls for a fusion of the two movements as the only way forward. The technologies we develop to live sustainably on Earth, such as wind and solar power, will also establish humanity in space. The exploration of space will provide new resources and skills for the protection of the Earth's environment. For example, studying extreme environments on Earth is helping us to look for life on Mars and satellites orbiting Earth are helping track hurricanes and protect people from natural disasters. There are many books on environmentalism and many on space faring. Space On Earth is the first to provide a new vision of humanity's future bringing these two goals together.
Language en
Maturity Rating NOT_MATURE
Page Count 256
Print Type BOOK
Published Date 2006-11-28
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan
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Subtitle Saving Our World by Seeking Others
Title Space on Earth
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ISBN_139780230007529

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