You hear about the state of the world's environment all the time in the news. Don't you ever wonder why governments and organizations don't just take care of the problems once and for all? The next time you're troubled by a report in the news about the environment or any other world issue, find out more about the issue. You'll probably realize that the problem is a lot more complex than you imagined. Perhaps protecting an endangered animal means restricting access to water a city needs. Or maybe there are people whose lives depend on the grazing land created by cutting down rain forests. This three-part debate book is designed to hold two conflicting points of view on an issue that concerns you, along with possible solutions.