By: John W Bennett
396 pages, Figs
&i;`Human behaviour and its interactions with the natural environment is at the centre of debates over environmental issues. John Bennett's collection of essays, dating back some thirty years, is a worthy and thorough examination of this topic from an anthropological perspective and makes a strong case for this perspective to be a more influential force in future analytical environmental research'&o; - Tommy Knowland, Environmental Politics.
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