Edited By: R Crofts and Ian Boyd
222 pages, Figs
This book commemorates the late John Morton Boyd (1925-1998), one of the most influential figures in nature conservation of Scotland. He was the Nature Conservancy Council's Director for Scotland, Honorary Adviser to the Forestry Commission and the National Trust for Scotland. The eleven essays here discuss conservation at global and local levels, taking into account economic, ethical and political considerations in their discussion of one of the most pressing issues of the age.
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