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By: RJ Berry(Author)
282 pages, 53 b/w illustrations, 3 maps, 1 table
This volume presents data and concepts from a broad range of disciplines (genetic, anthropological, social, historical and theological) that affect our life and well-being within our environment. It shows the limits but also the possibilities for action and so throws light on our present and future fate as individuals, as citizens, and as decision makers.
- Accessibly written, requiring no specific background knowledge of the reader
- Suggests actions the reader can take at both an individual and societal level
- Provides the historical context necessary to rise above the propaganda and vested interests which dominate current environmental debate
2. No Primeval Eden
3. Striving with Nature
4. Nature's Study
5. Scientific Method and the New Biology – Controlling
6. Science in Public Affairs – Organizing
7. National Nature – a Digression
8. The Regulatory Century
9. Running out of World
10. Reckoning, Perhaps Rueing
11. From Scavenging to Supermarkets
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R. J. (Sam) Berry DSc, FRSE, is Professor Emeritus of Genetics, University College London. He has been president of: the Linnean Society, the British Ecological Society, the European Ecological Federation, the Mammal Society and Christians in Science. Professor Berry's research focuses on the interactions of genes and the environment. He has received both a Marsh Award for Ecology and a UK Templeton Award.
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