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I Have Been Assigned the Single Bird - A Daughter's Memoir (Hardcover): Susan Cerulean I Have Been Assigned the Single Bird - A Daughter's Memoir (Hardcover)
Susan Cerulean; Photographs by David Moynahan
R573 R455 Discovery Miles 4 550 Save R118 (21%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Susan Cerulean's memoir trains a naturalist's eye and a daughter's heart on the lingering death of a beloved parent from dementia. At the same time, the book explores an activist's lifelong search to be of service to the embattled natural world. During the years she cared for her father, Cerulean also volunteered as a steward of wild shorebirds along the Florida coast. Her territory was a tiny island just south of the Apalachicola bridge where she located and protected nesting shorebirds, including least terns and American oystercatchers. I Have Been Assigned the Single Bird weaves together intimate facets of adult caregiving and the consolation of nature, detailing Cerulean's experiences of tending to both. The natural world is the "sustaining body" into which we are born. In similar ways, we face not only a crisis in numbers of people diagnosed with dementia but also the crisis of the human-caused degradation of the planet itself, a type of cultural dementia. With I Have Been Assigned the Single Bird, Cerulean reminds us of the loving, necessary toil of tending to one place, one bird, one being at a time.

A Great Aridness - Climate Change and the Future of the American Southwest (Paperback): William DeBuys A Great Aridness - Climate Change and the Future of the American Southwest (Paperback)
William DeBuys
R474 R387 Discovery Miles 3 870 Save R87 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

With its soaring azure sky and stark landscapes, the American Southwest is one of the most hauntingly beautiful regions on earth. Yet staggering population growth, combined with the intensifying effects of climate change, is driving the oasis-based society close to the brink of a Dust-Bowl-scale catastrophe.
In A Great Aridness, William deBuys paints a compelling picture of what the Southwest might look like when the heat turns up and the water runs out. This semi-arid land, vulnerable to water shortages, rising temperatures, wildfires, and a host of other environmental challenges, is poised to bear the heaviest consequences of global environmental change in the United States. Examining interrelated factors such as vanishing wildlife, forest die backs, and the over-allocation of the already stressed Colorado River--upon which nearly 30 million people depend--the author narrates the landscape's history--and future. He tells the inspiring stories of the climatologists and others who are helping untangle the complex, interlocking causes and effects of global warming. And while the fate of this region may seem at first blush to be of merely local interest, what happens in the Southwest, deBuys suggests, will provide a glimpse of what other mid-latitude arid lands worldwide--the Mediterranean Basin, southern Africa, and the Middle East--will experience in the coming years.
Written with an elegance that recalls the prose of John McPhee and Wallace Stegner, A Great Aridness offers an unflinching look at the dramatic effects of climate change occurring right now in our own backyard.

Wise About Waste - 150+ Ways To Help The Planet (Paperback): Helen Moffett Wise About Waste - 150+ Ways To Help The Planet (Paperback)
Helen Moffett
R220 R182 Discovery Miles 1 820 Save R38 (17%) In stock

An essential guide for every person on earth to help save our planet.

How do we live more gently on our planet? Can we put a stop to the environmental disasters that loom larger every day? These burning questions are on everyone’s mind. Wise About Waste addresses these urgent issues by providing a practical guide to reducing the waste we generate. Well-known author, academic and activist Helen Moffett looks at how we can all create less waste, and use resources more wisely. She tackles plastic waste, energy waste, food waste, manufacturing waste and much more – from homes to businesses, from immediate actions to long-term plans, there’s a strategy for everyone.

With over 150 practical tips and ideas, from the tiny and the quirky to the big and the dramatic, Wise About Waste can help us work towards waste-wise lifestyles. While there are tough questions and even tougher answers, these go hand-in-hand with reasons for hope and a good dash of humour.

Nolensville (Paperback): Beth Lothers, Vicky Travis Nolensville (Paperback)
Beth Lothers, Vicky Travis
R510 R411 Discovery Miles 4 110 Save R99 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Analytical Geomicrobiology - A Handbook of Instrumental Techniques (Hardcover): Janice P L Kenney, Harish Veeramani, Daniel S.... Analytical Geomicrobiology - A Handbook of Instrumental Techniques (Hardcover)
Janice P L Kenney, Harish Veeramani, Daniel S. Alessi
R1,797 R1,701 Discovery Miles 17 010 Save R96 (5%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Geomicrobiology is the study of microbes and microbial processes and their role in driving environmental and geological processes at scales ranging from the nano, micron, to meter scale. This growing field has seen major advances in recent years, largely due to the development of new analytical tools and improvements to existing techniques, which allow us to better understand the complex interactions between microbes and their surroundings. In this comprehensive handbook, expert authors outline the state-of-the-art and emerging analytical techniques used in geomicrobiology. Readers are guided through each technique including background theory, sample preparation, standard methodology, data collection and analysis, best practices and common pitfalls, and examples of how and where the technique has been applied. The book provides a practical go-to reference for advanced students, researchers and professional scientists looking to employ techniques commonly used in geomicrobiology.

Biostatistics with R - An Introductory Guide for Field Biologists (Paperback): Jan Leps, Petr Smilauer Biostatistics with R - An Introductory Guide for Field Biologists (Paperback)
Jan Leps, Petr Smilauer
R804 Discovery Miles 8 040 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Biostatistics with R provides a straightforward introduction on how to analyse data from the wide field of biological research, including nature protection and global change monitoring. The book is centred around traditional statistical approaches, focusing on those prevailing in research publications. The authors cover t-tests, ANOVA and regression models, but also the advanced methods of generalised linear models and classification and regression trees. Chapters usually start with several useful case examples, describing the structure of typical datasets and proposing research-related questions. All chapters are supplemented by example datasets, step-by-step R code demonstrating analytical procedures and interpretation of results. The authors also provide examples of how to appropriately describe statistical procedures and results of analyses in research papers. This accessible textbook will serve a broad audience, from students, researchers or professionals looking to improve their everyday statistical practice, to lecturers of introductory undergraduate courses. Additional resources are provided on www.cambridge.org/biostatistics.

The Elephant Whisperer - Learning About Life, Loyalty and Freedom From a Remarkable Herd of Elephants (Paperback, New Edition):... The Elephant Whisperer - Learning About Life, Loyalty and Freedom From a Remarkable Herd of Elephants (Paperback, New Edition)
Lawrence Anthony, Graham Spence; Introduction by Naomi Clark 1
R230 R190 Discovery Miles 1 900 Save R40 (17%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

With unforgettable characters and exotic wildlife, The Elephant Whisperer is an enthralling book that will appeal to animal lovers and adventurous souls everywhere. When South African conservationist Lawrence Anthony was asked to accept a herd of 'rogue' elephants on his Thula Thula game reserve in Zululand, his common sense told him to refuse. But he was the herd's last chance of survival - dangerous and unpredictable, they would be killed if Anthony wouldn't take them in. As Anthony risked his life to create a bond with the troubled elephants and persuade them to stay on his reserve, he came to realize what a special family they were, from the wise matriarch Nana, who guided the herd, to her warrior sister Frankie, always ready to see off any threat, and their children who fought so hard to survive.

The 1910 Wellington Disaster (Paperback): Deborah Cuyle, Rodney Fletcher The 1910 Wellington Disaster (Paperback)
Deborah Cuyle, Rodney Fletcher
R510 R411 Discovery Miles 4 110 Save R99 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Manual for Survival - A Chernobyl Guide to the Future (Paperback): Kate Brown Manual for Survival - A Chernobyl Guide to the Future (Paperback)
Kate Brown 1
R255 R204 Discovery Miles 2 040 Save R51 (20%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

'Remarkable . . . grips with the force of a thriller' Robert Macfarlane 'The most brilliant and essential book on Chernobyl since that of Nobel Prize-winner Svetlana Alexievich' Irish Times ** National Book Critics Circle Finalist 2019 ** The official death toll of the 1986 Chernobyl accident, 'the worst nuclear disaster in history', is only 54, and stories today commonly suggest that nature is thriving there. Yet award-winning historian Kate Brown uncovers a much more disturbing story, one in which radioactive isotopes caused hundreds of thousands of casualties, and the magnitude of the disaster has been actively suppressed. For years after, Soviet scientists, bureaucrats and civilians were documenting staggering increases in birth defects, child mortality, cancers and other life-altering diseases. Worried that this evidence would blow the lid on the effects of radiation release from Cold War weapons-testing, scientists and diplomats from international organizations, including the UN, tried to bury or discredit it. Brown also encounters many everyday heroes, often women, who fought to bring attention to the ballooning human and ecological catastrophe, and adapt to life in a post-nuclear landscape, where the dangerous effects of radiation persist today. Based on a decade of archival and on-the-ground research, Manual for Survival is a gripping historical detective story that brings to light the real consequences of Chernobyl - and the plot to cover them up. 'A troubling book, passionately written and deeply researched' Sunday Times

Zululand Wilderness: Shadow and Soul (Paperback): Ian Player Zululand Wilderness: Shadow and Soul (Paperback)
Ian Player
R220 R189 Discovery Miles 1 890 Save R31 (14%) Out of stock

In 1952 two men from entirely different cultures met: one from a white background, the other a Zulu. This book tells of their work in the Mfolozi Game Reserve protecting animals and the environment, and of their growing mutual respect.'

Wild North Carolina - Discovering the Wonders of Our State's Natural Communities (Hardcover, New edition): Michael P.... Wild North Carolina - Discovering the Wonders of Our State's Natural Communities (Hardcover, New edition)
Michael P. Schafale
R791 R630 Discovery Miles 6 300 Save R161 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Celebrating the beauty, diversity, and significance of the state's natural landscapes, Wild North Carolina provides an engaging, beautifully illustrated introduction to North Carolina's interconnected webs of plant and animal life. From dunes and marshes to high mountain crags, through forests, swamps, savannas, ponds, pocosins, and flatrocks, David Blevins and Michael Schafale reveal in words and photographs natural patterns of the landscape that will help readers see familiar places in a new way and new places with a sense of familiarity. Wild North Carolina introduces the full range of the state's diverse natural communities, each brought to life with compelling accounts of their significance and meaning, arresting photographs featuring broad vistas and close-ups, and details on where to go to experience them first hand. Blevins and Schafale provide nature enthusiasts of all levels with the insights they need to value the state's natural diversity, highlighting the reasons plants and animals are found where they are, as well as the challenges of conserving these special places. |Celebrating the beauty, diversity, and significance of the state's natural landscapes, this book provides an engaging, beautifully illustrated introduction to North Carolina's interconnected webs of plant and animal life. Blevins and Schafale reveal in words and photographs natural patterns of the landscape that will help readers see familiar places in a new way and new places with a sense of familiarity.

Nelson's Dangerous Dive - A true story about the problems of ghost fishing nets in our oceans (Paperback): Ellie Jackson Nelson's Dangerous Dive - A true story about the problems of ghost fishing nets in our oceans (Paperback)
Ellie Jackson; Illustrated by Laura Callwood 1
R226 R176 Discovery Miles 1 760 Save R50 (22%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Nelson's Dangerous Dive explores deep underwater with Nelson the Whale where he discovers a hidden shipwreck and learns that what lurks below may not let you go. As he desperately signals for help, luck is on his side as a group of brave tourists give him the break he needs! Nelson's Dangerous Dive is based on true events and it is this powerful message which invites children and adults alike to question the impact of ocean plastic on our environment. With ideas and activities which reinforce the story this is a book which will inspire children to make changes to the world around them. There is a huge growing national and international consciousness about the dangers of palm oil and deforestation and it is important to teach children about this devastating global issue without overwhelming them or shocking them. The Wild Tribe Heroes series of books guides young readers through the issues in a gentle and friendly way together with further information to inspire children to make changes to their own and their families lives. Sold over 30,000 books in the series in just 2 years ; No 1 bestselling books ; Personal letters of congratulations from Sir David Attenborough and Prince Charles ; All books are based on true stories which means that children are more connected to the issue. ; Featured in national media - BBC, ITV, Guardian, Huffington Post and Mail on Sunday ; Sold by WH Smiths, Waterstones, National Trust, RNLI, Surfers Against Sewage, #2MinuteBeachClean. ; Stocked by over 250 museums, national libraries, bookshops and gift shops, zero waste and farm shops and major tourist attractions such as The Eden Project and London & Chester Zoos ; Reached over a million children worldwide in schools ; Translated into 15 different languages so far

Let's Ask Marion - What You Need to Know about the Politics of Food, Nutrition, and Health (Hardcover): Marion Nestle,... Let's Ask Marion - What You Need to Know about the Politics of Food, Nutrition, and Health (Hardcover)
Marion Nestle, Kerry Trueman
R389 R314 Discovery Miles 3 140 Save R75 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

"There is no one better to ask than Marion, who is the leading guide in intelligent, unbiased, independent advice on eating, and has been for decades."--Mark Bittman, author of How to Cook Everything Let's Ask Marion is a savvy and insightful question-and-answer collection that showcases the expertise of food politics powerhouse Marion Nestle in exchanges with environmental advocate Kerry Trueman. These informative essays show us how to advocate for food systems that are healthier for people and the planet, moving from the politics of personal dietary choices, to community food issues, and finally to matters that affect global food systems. Nestle has been thinking, writing, and teaching about food systems for decades, and her impact is unparalleled. Let's Ask Marion provides an accessible survey of her opinions and conclusions for anyone curious about the individual, social, and global politics of food.

How To Vegan (Hardcover): Stephen Wildish How To Vegan (Hardcover)
Stephen Wildish 1
R230 R184 Discovery Miles 1 840 Save R46 (20%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

Have I told you I'm vegan yet? Who is this book for? It's for vegans, people who want to know about vegans, vegetarians who dabble in the dark arts of soya milk, meat-reducers and full carnivores looking to take the piss out of vegans. What's in this book? Answers to questions like: 'What is a vegan, wait, I don't eat gluten, am I a vegan?!'; pie charts to show how much conversation time with non-vegans will focus on how you're getting your protein; useful recipes and advice (such as how to work on your smugface); inspirational(ish) quotes and much more. What isn't in this book? Arguments for or against veganism; it's obvious that you should be vegan and here is how to do it. How to Vegan is the hilarious new book from the infographic genius Stephen Wildish, author of How to Swear and How to Adult.

Tracking the Golden Isles - The Natural and Human Histories of the Georgia Coast (Hardcover): Anthony J. Martin Tracking the Golden Isles - The Natural and Human Histories of the Georgia Coast (Hardcover)
Anthony J. Martin; Photographs by Ruth Schowalter, Michael Flores, R Kelley Vance, Gale Bishop
R763 R596 Discovery Miles 5 960 Save R167 (22%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

With this collection of essays, Anthony J. Martin invites us to investigate animal and human traces on the Georgia coast and the remarkable stories these traces, both modern and fossil, tell us. Readers will learn how these traces enabled geologists to discover that the remains of ancient barrier islands still exist on the lower coastal plain of Georgia, showing the recession of oceans millions of years ago. First, Martin details a solid but approachable overview of Georgia barrier island ecosystems - maritime forests, salt marshes, dunes, beaches - and how these ecosystems are as much a product of plant and animal behavior as they are of geology. Martin then describes animal tracks, burrows, nests, and other traces and what they tell us about their makers. He also explains how trace fossils can document the behaviors of animals from millions of years ago, including those no longer extant. Next, Martin discusses the relatively scant history - scarcely five thousand years - of humans on the Georgia coast. He takes us from the Native American shell rings on Sapelo Island to the cobbled streets of Savannah paved with the ballast stones of slave ships. He also describes the human introduction of invasive animals to the coast and their effects on native species. Finally, Martin's epilogue introduces the sobering idea that climate change, with its resultant extreme weather and rising sea levels, is the ultimate human trace affecting the Georgia coast. Here he asks how the traces of the past and present help us to better predict and deal with our uncertain future.

Eco Barons - The New Heroes of Environmental Activism (Paperback): Edward Humes Eco Barons - The New Heroes of Environmental Activism (Paperback)
Edward Humes
R399 R373 Discovery Miles 3 730 Save R26 (7%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

While many people remain paralyzed by the scope of Earth's environmental crisis, the eco barons--a new, unheralded generation of men and women--have quietly dedicated their lives and fortunes to saving the planet from eco-logical destruction. From the former fashion magnate and founder of Esprit who's saved more rainforests than anyone else to the Hollywood pool cleaner who became the leading force behind a worldwide effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the incredible stories of "Eco Barons" offer proof that a single person's determination and vision can effect monumental change.

Fire on the Mountain - The True Story of the South Canyon Fire (Paperback): John N. Maclean Fire on the Mountain - The True Story of the South Canyon Fire (Paperback)
John N. Maclean
R349 R283 Discovery Miles 2 830 Save R66 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In 1994, a wildfire on Colorado's Storm King Mountain was wrongly identified at the outset as occurring in South Canyon.

This unintentional, seemingly minor human error was the first in a string of mistakes that would be compounded into one of the greatest tragedies in the annals of firefighting. Before it was done, fourteen courageous firefighters--men and women, hotshots, smoke jumpers, and helicopter crew--would lose their lives battling the deadly so-called South Canyon blaze.

John N. Maclean's award-winning national bestseller Fire on the Mountain is a stunning reconstruction of the killer conflagration and its aftermath--a page-turning true adventure of nature at its most unforgiving, and a powerful, indelible portrait of a unique breed of heroes who regularly and without question place their lives on the line.

Environmental Law and Economics - Theory and Practice (Paperback): Michael G. Faure, Roy A. Partain Environmental Law and Economics - Theory and Practice (Paperback)
Michael G. Faure, Roy A. Partain
R814 Discovery Miles 8 140 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

In Environmental Law and Economics, Michael G. Faure and Roy A. Partain provide a detailed overview of the law-and-economics methodology developed and employed by environmental lawyers and policymakers. The authors demonstrate how this approach can transcend political divisions in the context of international environmental law, environmental criminal law, and the property rights approach to environmental law. Private law solutions and public regulatory approaches are also explored, including traditional command-and-control and market-based forms of regulation. The book not only shows how the law-and-economics framework can be used to protect the environment, but also to examine deeper questions involving environmental federalism and the effectiveness of environmental law in developing economies. In clear, digestible prose that does not require readers to possess a background in microeconomics or mathematics, the authors introduce the theory and practice of environmental law and economics that have been so critical in the creation of robust environmental policy.

An Introduction to Physical Geography and the Environment (Paperback, 4th New edition): Joseph Holden An Introduction to Physical Geography and the Environment (Paperback, 4th New edition)
Joseph Holden
R1,422 Discovery Miles 14 220 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This highly respected and best-selling textbook provides an accessible, engaging and comprehensive introduction to the major topics within physical geography. It focuses on understanding the inter-linkages between processes, places and environments and is comprehensively illustrated to demonstrate how the physical environment works. Now in its fourth edition, the book has been thoroughly updated throughout to contain the latest research. Between them, the contributors have researched in detail every environment on the planet, providing an unrivalled source of rich information from around the world for both undergraduate and postgraduate study in the field of physical geography. An Introduction to Physical Geography and the Environment is accompanied by a rich and extensive range of electronic support resources including updated weblinks relevant for each chapter, an extended and annotated further reading list for each chapter, multiple choice questions, fieldwork exercises and interactive models.

Prioritizing Development - A Cost Benefit Analysis of the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (Paperback): Bjorn... Prioritizing Development - A Cost Benefit Analysis of the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (Paperback)
Bjorn Lomborg
R827 Discovery Miles 8 270 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book is a unique guide to making the world a better place. Experts apply a critical eye to the United Nations' Sustainable Development agenda, also known as the Global Goals, which will affect the flow of $2.5 trillion of development aid up until 2030. Renowned economists, led by Bjorn Lomborg, determine what pursuing different targets will cost and achieve in social, environmental and economic benefits. There are 169 targets, covering every area of international development - from health to education, sanitation to conflict. Together, these analyses make the case for prioritizing the most effective development investments. A panel of Nobel Laureate economists identify a set of 19 phenomenal development targets, and argue that this would achieve as much as quadrupling the global aid budget.

Attributing Development Impact - The qualitative impact protocol case book (Paperback): James Copestake, Marlies Morsink, Fiona... Attributing Development Impact - The qualitative impact protocol case book (Paperback)
James Copestake, Marlies Morsink, Fiona Remnant
R699 R663 Discovery Miles 6 630 Save R36 (5%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Fragile Planet - The Impact of Climate Change (Paperback): Collins Books Fragile Planet - The Impact of Climate Change (Paperback)
Collins Books
R508 R420 Discovery Miles 4 200 Save R88 (17%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This unique book provides a striking look at the dramatic changes that are happening to our planet. 230 dramatic images of sea level rising, glaciers melting, flooding and impacts from fires. Striking images of the following locations are included: * American, European and Asian glaciers * Australian bushfires * Pacific Islands under threat * Rivers drying out * Cities flooding * Alaskan coastline * Advancing deserts * Greenland's shrinking ice A unique record of the dramatic changes which are shaping our planet.

Natural Resources and Economic Development (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition): Edward B. Barbier Natural Resources and Economic Development (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition)
Edward B. Barbier
R942 Discovery Miles 9 420 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Why is natural resource exploitation not yielding greater benefits for the poor economies? In this second edition of his landmark book, Barbier explores this paradox in three parts. Part I gives a historical review of resource use and development, examining current theories that explain the under-performance of today's resource-abundant economies, and proposing a hypothesis of frontier expansion as an alternative explanation. Part II develops models to analyse the key economic factors underlying land expansion and water use in developing countries. Part III explores further the structural pattern of resource dependency, rural poverty and resource degradation within developing countries, and through illustrative country case studies, proposes policy and institutional reforms necessary for successful resource-based development. First published in 2005, each chapter in this new edition has been thoroughly revised and updated, with new material, tables, figures and supporting empirical evidence. It will appeal to graduate students and scholars researching environmental and developmental economics.

Environmental Impact Assessment - A Practical Guide For The Discerning Practitioner (Paperback): P.J. Aucamp Environmental Impact Assessment - A Practical Guide For The Discerning Practitioner (Paperback)
P.J. Aucamp
R525 R458 Discovery Miles 4 580 Save R67 (13%) Ships in 7 - 10 working days

Environmental Impact Assessment collates most of the existing important information regarding the environmental impact assessment (EIA) process in one compact volume. It follows the logical progression of an EIA using international best practice techniques and principles, and now includes the most up-to-date 2012 regulatory information.

Environmental Impact Assessment sets a baseline for EIA in South Africa. It is the first BOOK on this topic written specifically for the South African context, although it is applicable to all developing countries.

Environmental Impact Assessment was written for environmental professionals and students entering the field for the first time, but it will also provide practical advice for advanced students and experienced consultants working in related fields.

Contested Terrain - A New History of Nature and People in the Adirondacks (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition): Phillip G. Terrie Contested Terrain - A New History of Nature and People in the Adirondacks (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition)
Phillip G. Terrie
R538 R432 Discovery Miles 4 320 Save R106 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Contested Terrain explores the competing understandings of how best to manage this spectacular natural resource. Terrie introduces the key players and events that have shaped the region and its use, from early settlers and loggers to preservationists, year-round residents, and developers. This new edition includes a comprehensive account of the Pataki years, an era of stunning conservation triumphs combined with unprecedented pressures on the region's ecological integrity.

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