This exciting and diverse collection on conservation originally published between 1974 and 2002, draws together research by leading academics in the area of conservation and provides a focused and interdisciplinary approach to the subject area. Comprised of 8 volumes, the collection offers a diverse snapshot of some important areas in the study of conservation, including:
Home conservation; Biodiversity and ecosystems; Trade in wildlife; Environmental campaigning; Political environmentalism This academically stimulating set brings back into print a selection of previously unavailable titles, which addresses areas that are of even more importance and interest in the present day than at their time of publication and will provide a must-have resource for academics and students seeking to better understand conservation and environmental change. The collection will appeal to not only those working in the environmental sciences, but also in the areas of politics, economics and geography.
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Series: Routledge Library Editions: Conservation
10 December 2019
Further / Higher Education
1. Conservation at Home, Michael Allaby 2. International Trade in Wildlife, Tim Inskipp and Sue Wells 3. The Conservation of Ecosystems and Species, Gareth E. Jones 4. Man and Wildlife, L. Harrison Matthews 5. Floods and Drainage, Edmund Penning-Rowsell 6. The Roots of Modern Environmentalism, David Pepper 7. The Subsidy Scandal, Charlie Pye-Smith 8. Campaigning for the Environment, Jeremy Richardson and Richard Kimber