The authors of this volume argue that a two-pronged approach is needed: reducing demand for ecosystem goods and services and Nicholas A. Ashford and Charles C. Technology, Law, and the Working Environment provides a thorough discussion of the legal issues relevant to technology-related workplace problems. It includes detailed chapters that examine occupational health and safety, toxic substance Peter Ashton and Theodore Panayotou. Not by Timber Alone presents the findings of the Harvard Institute for International Development study, commissioned by the International Tropical Timber Organization, that examined the economic value of tropical hardwood forests as Edited by Aspen Center for Environmental Studies.
Climate change poses a huge threat to the West. These guidelines address one of the most critical issues which protected area planners and managers face in the East Asia region: obtaining the funds needed to ensure the survival and success of protected areas. The publication explains how In , Seattle, Washington, became the first U. Re-creation of the European City investigates the position of regions and cities both within Europe, and in a global context.
It addresses the challenges that cities and city regions currently encounter: reconciling economic growth, dynamism, and Protected areas operate within complex ecological and social systems, presenting challenges that cannot be resolved by technical solution alone. Achieving the management objectives of protected areas requires a social approach in which strategic Based on a workshop held to analyze the viability of extraction of NTFPs in Africa and improve knowledge and understanding of the role and potential of NTFPs in forest conservation.
Also includes country overview of NTFPs use from fifteen The contribution of wild plants and animals to human welfare is widely appreciated but not routinely measured. Reliable and up-to-date information on the economic importance of wild resources is needed to ensure that development policies and It describes the Islamic view of environment and, in particular, the interaction between people and nature in achieving environmental conservation and sustainable use of natural resources.
Includes a section on basic Islamic legislative rules In this brilliant, gracefully written, and important new book, former Secretary of the Interior and Governor of Arizona Bruce Babbitt brings fresh thought--and fresh air--to questions of how we can build a future we want to live in. Written in a clear and engaging style, Designing the City is a practical manual for improving the way communities are planned, designed, and built. It presents a wealth of information on design and decision-making, including advice on how Edited by John Baden and Donald Snow.
Their essays comprise a Dryland degradation and desertification now affect almost a billion people around the world. Tragically, the biological resources and productivity of millions of acres of land are lost to desertification each year because people remain unaware of Fire Ecology in Rocky Mountain Landscapes brings a century of scientific research to bear on improving the relationship between people and fire.
Mark Baker and Jonathan Kusel. Across the United States, people are developing new relationships with the forest ecosystems on which they depend, with a common goal of improving the health of the land and the well-being of their communities. Practitioners and supporters of Peter J. Balint , Ronald E. Stewart, Anand Desai, and Lawrence C. This document reports on the achievements of a project for the co-management of fisheries resources carried out by IUCN in Guinea-Bissau since Rio Grande de Buba region.
It provides a summary analysis of the approach taken by the project We live in a world of rapid global change: biophysical, socio-economic and institutional. Mangos from India, pasta from Italy, coffee from Colombia: Every day, we are nourished by a global food system that relies on our planet remaining verdant and productive. But current practices are undermining both human and environmental health, Saving All the Parts is a journalist's exploration of the intertwining of endangered species protection and the economic future of resource dependent communities -- those with local economies based on fishing, logging, ranching, In , forest fires raged in Yellowstone National Park, destroying more than a million acres.
As the nation watched the land around Old Faithful burn, a longstanding conflict over fire management reached a fever pitch. Should the U. Global warming has finally made clear the true costs of using our atmosphere as a giant sponge to soak up unwanted by-products of industrial activity. As nations, businesses, and citizens seek workable yet fair solutions for reducing carbon Jonathan Barnett and Larry Beasley. As world population grows, and more people move to cities and suburbs, they place greater stress on the operating system of our whole planet.
But urbanization and increasing densities also present our best opportunity for improving sustainability Across the United States, issues such as sustainability, smart growth, and livable communities are making headlines. Planning for a New Century brings together leading thinkers in the fields of planning, urban design, education, welfare, Half polar bear, half grizzly, this never-before-seen animal might be dismissed as a fluke of nature.
Anthony Barnosky instead sees it Many researchers have the horror stories to prove it. The Rocky Mountain West is largely arid and steep, with ecological scars from past human use visible for hundreds of years. Just how damaging were the past years of activity? How do current rates of disturbance compare with past mining, Thomas S. The conservation easement is an effective and flexible technique for land preservation. The Conservation Easement in California , written by California attorneys expert in conservation law for The Trust for Public Land, is an authoritative Andrew M. Barton and William S.
The landscapes of North America, including eastern forests, have been shaped by humans for millennia, through fire, agriculture, hunting, and other means. This handbook illustrates concepts, methods and tools for "primary environmental care", an approach that seeks to empower communities to meet basic needs while protecting the environment. In particular, it focuses on how population size, Yvonne Baskin ; Foreword by Paul R. The lavish array of organisms known as "biodiversity" is an intricately linked web that makes the earth a uniquely habitable planet.
Yet pressures from human activities are destroying biodiversity at an unprecedented rate. How many The human love of novelty and desire to make one place look like another, coupled with massive increases in global trade and transport, are creating a growing economic and ecological threat. The same forces that are rapidly "McDonaldizing" the Let's get dirty. In childhood, the back yard, the flowerbed, the beach, the mucky place where land slips into puddles, lakes, and streams are infinitely fascinating.
It is a mistake to leave that "childish" fascination with mud and Sarah F. Bates , David H. To the uninitiated, water policy seems a complicated, hypertechnical, and incomprehensible subject: a tangle of engineering jargon and legalese surrounding a complex, delicate, and interrelated structure.
Decisions concerning the public's waters Yoram Bauman and Grady Klein. Climate change is no laughing matter-but maybe it should be. The topic is so critical that everyone, from students to policy-makers to voters, needs a quick and easy guide to the basics. The Cartoon Introduction to Climate Change As the need to confront unplanned growth increases, planners, policymakers, and citizens are scrambling for practical tools and examples of successful and workable approaches.
Growth management initiatives are underway in the U. Climate change is predicted to increase the frequency and magnitude of coastal storms around the globe, and the anticipated rise of sea levels will have enormous impact on fragile and vulnerable coastal regions. In the U. Timothy Beatley and Peter Newman. What if, even in the heart of a densely developed city, people could have meaningful encounters with nature? While parks, street trees, and green roofs are increasingly appreciated for their technical services like stormwater reduction, from a Making a city fundamentally sustainable is a daunting task, but What would it mean to live in cities designed to foster feelings of connectedness to the ocean?
As coastal cities begin planning for climate change and rising sea levels, author Timothy Beatley sees opportunities for rethinking the relationship Timothy Beatley and Kristy Manning. Current patterns of land use and development are at once socially, economically, and environmentally destructive. Sprawling low-density development literally devours natural landscapes while breeding a pervasive sense of social isolation and Tim Beatley has long been a leader in advocating for the "greening" of cities.
But too often, he notes, urban greening efforts focus on everything except nature, emphasizing such elements as public transit, renewable energy production, An Introduction to Coastal Zone Management, Second Edition offers a comprehensive overview of coastal planning and management issues for students and professionals in the field. Since publication of the first edition in , population Meaningful places offer a vital counterbalance to the forces of globalization and sameness that are overtaking our world, and are an essential element in the search for solutions to current sustainability challenges.
In Native to Nowhere Today, there is a growing demand for designed landscapes—from public parks to backyards—to be not only beautiful and functional, but also sustainable. Sustainability means more than just saving energy and resources. It requires Edited by Jon P. Beckmann , Anthony P. Clevenger , Marcel Huijser , and Jodi A. Hilty ; Foreword by Richard T. Safe Passages brings together in a single volume the latest information on the emerging science of road ecology as it relates to mitigating interactions between roads and wildlife. This practical handbook of tools and examples is designed What has been done to our public lands?
Irreplaceable forests harvested for lumber. Vast expanses of rangeland leased at rates far below market value. Mineral resources extracted with little or no royalties paid. These and other actions have It is sometimes assumed that protected areas must be in conflict with the rights and traditions of indigenous and other traditional peoples on their domains.
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In reality, where indigenous peoples are interested in the conservation and traditional Mark A. Benedict , Edward T. McMahon , and The Conservation Fund. With illustrative and detailed examples drawn from throughout the country, Green Infrastructure advances smart land conservation: large scale thinking and integrated action to plan, protect and manage our natural and restored lands. With over 80 percent of Americans now living in cities and suburbs, getting our communities right has never been more important, more complicated, or more fascinating. Longtime sustainability leader Kaid Benfield shares 25 enlightening and Until well into recent times, a high level of connectivity existed among ecosystems.
Through the ever-increasing extent and intensity of human exploitation of natural resources, however, the pattern of human activities as islands in a sea of Ecological networks provide an operational model for conserving Environmental Restoration is the product of a ground-breaking conference on ecological restoration, held in January at the University of California, Berkeley. It offers an overview from the nation's leading experts of the most current Edited by Jason Beske and David Dixon.
The suburban dream of a single-family house with a white picket fence no longer describes how most North Americans want to live. The dynamics that powered sprawl have all but disappeared. Instead, new forces are transforming real estate markets, Constance Best and Laurie A. Wayburn ; Foreword by John Gordon. Nearly million acres of forests in the United States are privately owned, but the viability, and indeed the very existence, of these forests is increasingly threatened by population growth, sprawling urbanization, and patchwork development Over the past two decades, a select group of small but highly effective grassroots organizations have achieved remarkable success in protecting endangered species and forests in the United States.
The Rebirth of Environmentalism tells for The challenge of building biodiversity business is not trivial. Biodiversity is still largely neglected by private finance. There is a need to develop new business models and market mechanisms for biodiversity conservation, and to persuade the Edited by John A. Bissonette and Ilse Storch. Landscape Ecology and Resource Management bridges the gap between the science of landscape ecology and on-the-ground land and resource management, relating the theory and empirical research within landscape ecology to the practical Seagrasses are flowering plants that thrive in shallow oceanic and estuarine waters around the world.
Although there are only about 60 species of seagrasses worldwide, these plants play an important role in many shallow, near-shore, marine At the meeting of the International Tropical Timber Organization held in Bali in , ITTO adopted the target of ensuring that all tropical timber marketed internationally should, by the year , come from forests that are managed sustainably Edited by Clint W. Boal and Cheryl R. Raptors are an unusual success story of wildness thriving in the heart of our cities—they have developed substantial populations around the world in recent decades.
But there are deeper issues around how these birds make their urban homes The United Nations Conference on Environment and Development placed a responsibility on States to protect the local, regional and global environment, especially problems shared by the whole community such as soil degradation. The knowledge The legislation of five countries on environmental and natural management is examined and analyzed in terms of its effectiveness in addressing the major environmental issues existing in each country.
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The ability to work effectively with people is This book contains a selection of papers on various legal issues of interest to developing countries which have been prepared by Fellows from InWent who came to Germany between and from Africa, Asia, and Latin America to research and The environmental movement today is at a critical crossroads.
Crossroads: Environmental Priorities for the Future is an in-depth assessment of the movement's successes and failures, and also offers prescriptions for the future. It includes Understanding and managing the concerns of local people is essential for the success of most, if not all, conservation initiatives. These two volumes are a resource set designed to help professionals employed in conservation initiatives to Value is a practical guide that explains the most important steps and techniques for the valuation of ecosystem services, and the incorporation of its results in decision making.
It explains, step by step, how to generate persuasive Tourism is by many measures the world's largest and fastest growing industry, and it provides myriad benefits to hosts and visitors alike. Yet if poorly managed, tourism can have serious negative impacts on tourist communities-their environment, How do cities transform over time? And why do some cities change for the better while others deteriorate?
In articulating new ways of viewing urban areas and how they develop over time, Peter Bosselmann offers a stimulating guidebook for students This report is currently available in an electronic format only. Michael R. Boswell , Adrienne I. Greve , and Tammy L. Climate change is a global problem, but the problem begins locally.
Changing the way we build and operate our cities can have major effects on greenhouse gas Edited by James Boyce and Barry Shelley. Low-income communities frequently suffer from a lack of access to, or lack of control over, the natural resources that surround them. In many cases, their local environment has been degraded by years of resource extraction and pollution by After decades of abandonment, cities across North America are experiencing a renaissance.
A new generation is seeking greater excitement and diversity than the typical suburban subdivision offers and many people are instead looking to make their Marc Brenman and Thomas W. American communities are changing fast: ethnic minority populations are growing, home ownership is falling, the number of people per household is going up, and salaries are going down. According to Marc Brenman and Thomas W.
Sanchez, the planning Bates ; Foreword by Daniel Kemmis. Amid the policy gridlock that characterizes most environmental debates, a new conservation movement has emerged. Edited by Gary J. Brierley and Kirstie A. Fryirs ; Foreword by Richard J. Across much of the industrialized world, rivers that were physically transformed and ecologically ruined to facilitate industrial and agricultural development are now the focus of restoration and rehabilitation efforts.
River Futures Edited by James Broadus and Raphael V. The concept of environmental security, drawing on the widely understood notion of international strategic interdependence in facing, for example, threats of nuclear war or economic collapse is gaining currency as a way of thinking about Based on information derived from literature, statistics, interviews and a field survey in Bolivia, this report explores the value of non-timber forest products not only in economic terms but also as an important element in the lives of people America's commercial fisheries are in jeopardy.
With a significant percentage of the nation's fisheries depleted and fish populations declining in many regions, the health of the broader marine environment is also threatened. What should be done Community development -- the economic, physical, and social revitalization of a community, led by the people who live in that community -- offers a wide range of exciting and rewarding employment options. But until now, there has been no "road The bridge collapse in Minneapolis-St.
The extreme vulnerability of single Having manipulated water for irrigation, energy, and burgeoning urban centers, humans are facing the reality that although fresh water is renewable, it is as finite as any other resource. Countries, states, and cities are now scrambling to Robert Brown helps us see that a "thermally comfortable microclimate" is the very foundation of well-designed and well-used outdoor places. Brown argues that as we try to minimize human-induced changes to the climate and reduce our dependence on This plan sets out the policies and actions needed to ensure an adequate, effective and well-managed network of protected areas in Europe.
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It provides key In Environmental Justice , leading thinkers of the environmental justice movement take a direct look at the failure of "top down" public policy to effectively deal with issues of environmental equity. Stephen L. Buchmann and Gary Paul Nabhan. Consider this: Without interaction between animals and flowering plants, the seeds and fruits that make up nearly eighty percent of the human diet would not exist.
Understanding Environmental Administration and Law provides an engaging, introductory overview of environmental policy. Author Susan J. Buck explores the process through which policy is made, the political environment in which it is Susan J. Buck ; Foreword by Elinor Ostrom. Vast areas of valuable resources unfettered by legal rights have, for centuries, been the central target of human exploitation and appropriation. The global commons -- Antarctica, the high seas and deep seabed minerals, the atmosphere, and space More than any other field of public administration, environmental administration is defined by its legal content.
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