1.1 Environmental literacy and sustainability
1.2 Science literacy and the process of science
1.3 information literacy and toxicology
2.1 ecosystems and nutrient cycling
2.2 population ecology
2.3 community ecology
3.1 evolution and extinction
3.3 preserving biodiversity (online)
4.1 human populations
4.2 urbanization and sustainable communities
4.3 environmental health
5.1 ecological economics and consumption
5.2 environmental policy
5.3 managing solid waste
6.1 freshwater resources
6.2 water pollution
6.3 marine ecosystems (online)
7.1 forest resources
7.2 grasslands and soil resources (online)
7.3 mineral resources (online)
8.1 feeding the world
8.2 sustainable agriculture: raising crops
8.3 sustainable agriculture: raising livestock (online)
8.4 fisheries and aquaculture (online)
9.2 oil and natural gas
10.1 air pollution
10.2 climate change
11.1 nuclear power
11.2 sustainable energy: stationary sources
11.3 sustainable energy: mobile sources (online)
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