Heartland science director teams with McGraw-Hill

Published March 1, 2001

Heartland Institute Science Director, and Environment & Climate News managing editor, Jay Lehr was selected by McGraw-Hill publishers in 1997 to produce a new Standard Handbook of Environmental Science, Health & Technology for the twenty-first century. The completed book came in at 1,650 pages and 5.5 pounds, with 100 contributors writing 126 sections.

Reviews have been outstanding, and McGraw-Hill believes the book will stand as the leading desk reference in the field for the first decade of this century.

While the book has a list price of $150, Heartland is able to extend its 40 percent author discount to readers of Environment & Climate News–bringing the price to just $90 plus shipping.

If you would like to order a copy of the Standard Handbook, visit Heartland’s online store at www.heartland.org, or call Cheryl Parker at 312-377-4000.