Edited By: John Handmer, TW Norton and SR Dovers
320 pages, Tabs
Undergraduate textbook exploring the role of the ecological sciences in sustainable development.
1. Ignorance, Ecology and Policy - S.R Dovers, T.W Norton and J.W Handmer 2. Challenges to Ecosystem Management - T.W Norton 3. Bioregional Approaches to Conservation - Nels Johnson, Kenton Miller and Marta Miranda 4. Role of Non-Governmental Organisations in Creating Institutions for Ecosystem Management - Lee Breckenridge 5. Limitless Land and Limited Knowledge - John Woinarski and Freya Dawson 6. Global Warming - Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen 7. Sustainability and Global Fisheries - Martijn Wilder and Rosemary Rayfuse 8. Sustainability, Uncertainty and Environmental Policy - Michael Harte and Janet Gough 9. Fire and Biodiversity - Jane Williams 10. Wetlands - Paul Adam 11. Acid Rain and Critical Loads - Andy Tickle 12. Uncertainty, Epistemic Communities and Public Policy - K.Walker 13. Managing Ecosystems for Sutainability - J.W.Handmer, S.R.Dovers and T.W.Norton
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