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Conservation Science and Advocacy for a Planet in Peril Speaking Truth to Power

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Publisher: Elsevier
Conservation Science and Advocacy for a Planet in Peril
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  • Conservation Science and Advocacy for a Planet in Peril ISBN: 9780128129883 Paperback Jul 2021 Available for pre-order : Due Jul 2021
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About this book

Conservation Science and Advocacy for a Planet in Peril: Speaking Truth to Power helps equip scientists working on environmental and sustainability challenges with new tactics for success. Global efforts and cooperation by member states of environmental conventions have steadily increased but lack efficient and scalable mechanisms of translating conservation science to policy. The gap between science and policy is growing and very little time remains before the climate change and biodiversity lossess trigger widespread disruptions of the planet's life support systems. This book covers these important topics, providing a must read for environmental and conservation scientists, climate change activists, students, social scientists, economic professionals, sustainable businesses and policymakers.

Contents

Section 1: Scientists as Advocates: Advocacy Should Not Be a Four-Letter Word
1. The Nuts and Bolts of Science-Based Advocacy / Dominick A. DellaSala
2. When scientists are attacked: strategies for dissident scientists and whistleblowers / Derek Lee, Monica Bond, Chad Hanson
3. Sounding the Climate Alarm: Scientists and Politics / Franz Baumann
4. Science integrity and environmental decision-making in Canada: a fragile renaissance / Jeremy T. Kerr
5. Blowing the Whistle on Political Interference: The Northern Spotted Owl / Dominick A. DellaSala

Section 2: An Imperfect Marriage: Policy and Science
6. Overcoming the politics of endangered species listings / Noah Greenwald
7. Scientific Integrity and Advocacy: Keeping the Government Honest / Michael Halpern, Union of Concerned Scientists
8. Why advocate and how? / Robert M. Hughes, Amnis, Robert L. Vadas Jr., J. Hal Michael Jr., Beverly E. Law, Arthur C. Knutson, Jr., Dominick A. DellaSala, Jim Burroughs, and Hal Beecher
9. Climate Reality Leadership / Bill Bradbury

Section 3: The Politics of Science in Decision Making
10. Out of the Ivory Tower: Campaign Based Science Messaging for the Public / Rich McIntyre
11 - Essays from the Trenches of Science-based Activism / Joel Clement, Randi Spivak, and Jennifer Mamola
12. Shifting the Burden of Proof to Minimize Impacts During the Science-Policy Process / Kara A. Whittaker and Peter Goldman
13. To zero emissions and beyond? Oregon Stumbles Forward / Angus Duncan
14. The politics of conservation: Taking the biodiversity crisis to the streets / David Johns
15. When Science is Silenced: Scientists Fighting Back Against the Politicization of their Work. / Augusta C. F. Wilson
16. Speaking Truth to Power for the Earth / Dominick A. DellaSala

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Biography

Dominick DellaSala, Ph. D, is Chief Scientist of Wild Heritage, a project of the Earth Island Institute, and former President of the Society for Conservation Biology, North America. He is an internationally renowned scholar of over 200 publications on forest ecology, endangered species, conservation biology, and climate change. Dominick has given keynote talks ranging from academic conferences to the United Nations Earth Summit. He has been featured in hundreds of news stories and documentaries, testified in the US congress numerous times, and received conservation leadership and book writing awards. He is on the editorial board of Elsevier’s Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences, co-chief editor of Elsevier’s Encyclopedia of the Anthropocene, Encyclopedia of the World’s Biomes, and Encyclopedia of Conservation; co-editor of The Ecological Importance of Mixed-Severity Fires: Nature’s Phoenix (Elsevier), editor and author of the award-winning Temperate and Boreal Rainforests of the World: Ecology and Conservation; and subject editor of several scientific journals. He is driven by a passion to save life on Earth for his daughters, grandchildren, and future generations.

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