Edited By: Johann Schreiner and Claus-Peter Hutter
730 pages, no illustrations
Defining more than 30,000 terms, this dictionary covers the range of environmental disciplines from agriculture to region planning and wildlife conservation. A global panel of experts gives you an international perspective in the field of environment, nature conservation, and land use. Edited by Dr. Johann Schreiner, director of the Alfred Toepfer Academy for Nature Conservation in Germany and the Federal Association of Professional Nature Conservationists, the Dictionary includes not only specialist terms but the German equivalents for colloquialisms such as back-to-nature freak, backpacker, and not in my backyard. References and tips on how to best use the dictionary round out the coverage.
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