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Cambridge Studies in Biological and Evolutionary Anthropology, Series Number 82 - Primate Research and Conservation in the... Cambridge Studies in Biological and Evolutionary Anthropology, Series Number 82 - Primate Research and Conservation in the Anthropocene (Paperback)
Alison M. Behie, Julie A. Teichroeb, Nicholas Malone
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This book takes a new approach to understanding primate conservation research, adding a personal perspective to allow readers to learn what motivates those doing conservation work. When entering the field over a decade ago, many young primatologists were driven by evolutionary questions centered in behavioural ecology. However, given the current environment of cascading extinctions and increasing threats to primates we now need to ensure that primates remain in viable populations in the wild before we can simply engage in research in the context of pure behavioural ecology. This has changed the primary research aims of many primatologists and shifted our focus to conservation priorities, such as understanding the impacts of human activity, habitat conversion or climate change on primates. This book presents personal narratives alongside empirical research results and discussions of strategies used to stem the tide of extinction. It is a must-have for anyone interested in conservation research.

Attributing Development Impact - The qualitative impact protocol case book (Paperback): James Copestake Attributing Development Impact - The qualitative impact protocol case book (Paperback)
James Copestake
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Evolution in Isolation - The Search for an Island Syndrome in Plants (Hardcover): Kevin C. Burns Evolution in Isolation - The Search for an Island Syndrome in Plants (Hardcover)
Kevin C. Burns
R1,341 R1,264 Discovery Miles 12 640 Save R77 (6%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Oceanic islands are storehouses for unique creatures. Zoologists have long been fascinated by island animals because they break all the rules. Speedy, nervous, little birds repeatedly evolve to become plump, tame and flightless on islands. Equally strange and wonderful plants have evolved on islands. However, plants are very poorly understood relatives to animals. Do plants repeatedly evolve similar patterns in dispersal ability, size and defence on islands? This volume answers this question for the first time using a modern quantitative approach. It not only reviews the literature on differences in defence, loss of dispersal, changes in size, alterations to breeding systems and the loss of fire adaptations, but also brings new data into focus to fill gaps in current understanding. By firmly establishing what is currently known about repeated patterns in the evolution of island plants, this book provides a roadmap for future research.

National Geographic The Photo Ark Vanishing - The World's Most Vulnerable Animals (Hardcover): Joel Sartore National Geographic The Photo Ark Vanishing - The World's Most Vulnerable Animals (Hardcover)
Joel Sartore; Foreword by Elizabeth Kolbert 1
R756 R581 Discovery Miles 5 810 Save R175 (23%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Joel Sartore's quest to photograph all the animal species under human care celebrates its 15th year with this glorious and heartwrenching collection of photographs. The animals featured in these pages are either destined for extinction or already extinct in the wild but still alive today, thanks to dedication of a heroic group comitted to their continued survival. From the majestic Sumatran rhinoceros to the tiny Salt Creek tiger beetle, Sartore's photographs bring us eye to eye with the kaleidoscopic diversity of shapes, colors, personalities, and attitudes of the animal world. In these vivid pages, Sartore singles out the species most likely to disappear in the next decades, as well as some that have already been lost. Alongside these indelible images are the words of scientists and conservationists who are working to protect and restore populations of endangered species. With Sartore's distinctive portrait photography, he invites us to look closer--and to care more.

The Little Green Book of Eco-Fascism - The Left?s Plan to Frighten Your Kids, Drive Up Energy Costs, and Hike Your Taxes!... The Little Green Book of Eco-Fascism - The Left?s Plan to Frighten Your Kids, Drive Up Energy Costs, and Hike Your Taxes! (Hardcover)
James Delingpole
R475 R429 Discovery Miles 4 290 Save R46 (10%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Written in A to Z format and printed on guaranteed un-recycled paper made from the pulp of a thousand rare hardwood trees using nothing but the purest cruel-harvested baby squid ink, ,The Little Green Book of Eco-Fascism is your pocket guide to everything that's wrong, funny, and downright crazy about the green movement

Lost Antarctica - Adventures in a Disappearing Land (Paperback): James McClintock Lost Antarctica - Adventures in a Disappearing Land (Paperback)
James McClintock 1
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Few of us will ever get to Antarctica. The bitter cold and three months a year without sunlight makes the sixth continent virtually uninhabitable for humans. Yet marine biologist James B. McClintock has spent three decades studying the frozen land in order to understand better the world that lies beneath it. In this luminous and closely observed account, one of the world's leading experts on Antarctica introduces the reader to this fascinating world - the extraordinary wildlife that persists despite the harsh conditions and the way each of the pieces fit into the puzzle of the intricate environment: from single-celled organisms to baleen whales, with leopard seals, penguins, 50-foot algae, sea spiders, coral, and multicolored sea stars, in between. Now, as temperatures rise, the fragile ecosystem is under attack. Adelie penguins that have successfully nested on Antarctic islands for several hundred years have been nearly wiped out. King crabs that used to populate the deep seafloor are moving into shallower waters, disturbing the set order of life there. Lost Antarctica is an appeal to understand and appreciate the wondrous place at the bottom of the world that we are on the brink of losing.

How to Clone a Mammoth - The Science of De-Extinction (Paperback): Beth Shapiro How to Clone a Mammoth - The Science of De-Extinction (Paperback)
Beth Shapiro 1
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Could extinct species, like mammoths and passenger pigeons, be brought back to life? The science says yes. In How to Clone a Mammoth, Beth Shapiro, evolutionary biologist and pioneer in "ancient DNA" research, walks readers through the astonishing and controversial process of de-extinction. From deciding which species should be restored, to sequencing their genomes, to anticipating how revived populations might be overseen in the wild, Shapiro vividly explores the extraordinary cutting-edge science that is being used--today--to resurrect the past. Journeying to far-flung Siberian locales in search of ice age bones and delving into her own research--as well as those of fellow experts such as Svante Paabo, George Church, and Craig Venter--Shapiro considers de-extinction's practical benefits and ethical challenges. Would de-extinction change the way we live? Is this really cloning? What are the costs and risks? And what is the ultimate goal? Using DNA collected from remains as a genetic blueprint, scientists aim to engineer extinct traits--traits that evolved by natural selection over thousands of years--into living organisms. But rather than viewing de-extinction as a way to restore one particular species, Shapiro argues that the overarching goal should be the revitalization and stabilization of contemporary ecosystems. For example, elephants with genes modified to express mammoth traits could expand into the Arctic, re-establishing lost productivity to the tundra ecosystem. Looking at the very real and compelling science behind an idea once seen as science fiction, How to Clone a Mammoth demonstrates how de-extinction will redefine conservation's future.

Ice Diaries - An Antartic Memoir (Paperback, Reprint): Jean McNeil Ice Diaries - An Antartic Memoir (Paperback, Reprint)
Jean McNeil
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The Way We Eat Now - How the Food Revolution Has Transformed Our Lives, Our Bodies, and Our World (Hardcover): Bee Wilson The Way We Eat Now - How the Food Revolution Has Transformed Our Lives, Our Bodies, and Our World (Hardcover)
Bee Wilson
R578 R453 Discovery Miles 4 530 Save R125 (22%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
How Bad Are Bananas? - The carbon footprint of everything (Paperback, Main): Mike Berners-Lee How Bad Are Bananas? - The carbon footprint of everything (Paperback, Main)
Mike Berners-Lee 1
R235 R178 Discovery Miles 1 780 Save R57 (24%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

From a text message to a war, from a Valentine's rose to a flight or even having a child, How Bad are Bananas? gives us the carbon answers we need and provides plenty of revelations. By talking through a hundred or so items, Mike Berners-Lee sets out to give us a carbon instinct for the footprint of literally anything we do, buy and think about. He helps us pick our battles by laying out the orders of magnitude. The book ranges from the everyday (foods, books, plastic bags, bikes, flights, baths...) and the global (deforestation, data centres, rice production, the World Cup, volcanoes, ...) Be warned, some of the things you thought you knew about green living may be about to be turned on their head. Never preachy but packed full of information and always entertaining.

Flora of the Pan-Himalaya Asteraceae II (Saussurea): Series Number 48, Part 2 (Hardcover): You-Sheng Chen Flora of the Pan-Himalaya Asteraceae II (Saussurea): Series Number 48, Part 2 (Hardcover)
You-Sheng Chen
R2,835 Discovery Miles 28 350 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

This second part of Volume 48 of the Flora of Pan-Himalaya is devoted to the single genus, Saussurea of the Asteraceae family, which has wide medicinal applications. This is the largest family in the Pan-Himalaya, with 235 species, 149 of which are endemic to the Pan-Himalaya. Saussurea is a notoriously difficult, largely Asiatic, genus with often indistinct species boundaries. Many new species of Saussurea were described in the course of preparing this account. The nomenclatural novelties in this volume include five changes in status, and 17 new synonyms. 27 lectotypes are newly designated. During the research for this volume, the author and his team described 40 new species of Saussurea, and these, along with numerous new designations and classifications, are recorded here for the first time.

Anthropocene Encounters: New Directions in Green Political Thinking (Paperback): Frank Biermann, Eva Lovbrand Anthropocene Encounters: New Directions in Green Political Thinking (Paperback)
Frank Biermann, Eva Lovbrand
R762 Discovery Miles 7 620 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Coined barely two decades ago, the Anthropocene has become one of the most influential and controversial terms in environmental policy. Yet it remains an ambivalent and contested formulation, giving rise to a multitude of unexpected, and often uncomfortable, conversations. This book traces in detail a broad variety of such 'Anthropocene encounters': in science, philosophy and literary fiction. It asks what it means to 'think green' in a time when nature no longer offers a stable backdrop to political analysis. Do familiar political categories and concepts, such as democracy, justice, power and time, hold when confronted with a world radically transformed by humans? The book responds by inviting more radical political thought, plural forms of engagement, and extended ethical commitments, making it a fascinating and timely volume for graduate students and researchers working in earth system governance, environmental politics and studies of the Anthropocene.

The Lost Words (Hardcover): Robert Macfarlane The Lost Words (Hardcover)
Robert Macfarlane; Illustrated by Jackie Morris
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Oak and Ash and Thorn - The Ancient Woods and New Forests of Britain (Hardcover, MMP): Peter Fiennes Oak and Ash and Thorn - The Ancient Woods and New Forests of Britain (Hardcover, MMP)
Peter Fiennes 1
R400 R159 Discovery Miles 1 590 Save R241 (60%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

A Guardian Best Nature Book of the Year The magic and mystery of the woods are embedded in culture, from ancient folklore to modern literature. They offer us refuge: a place to play, a place to think. They are the generous providers of timber and energy. They let us dream of other ways of living. Yet we now face a future where taking a walk in the woods is consigned to the tales we tell our children. Immersing himself in the beauty of woodland Britain, Peter Fiennes explores our long relationship with the woods and the sad and violent story of how so many have been lost. Just as we need them, our woods need us too. But who, if anyone, is looking out for them?

Seasons of the Tallgrass Prairie - A Nebraska Year (Paperback): Paul A. Johnsgard Seasons of the Tallgrass Prairie - A Nebraska Year (Paperback)
Paul A. Johnsgard
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A respected author and scholar, Paul A. Johnsgard has spent a lifetime observing the natural delights of Nebraska's woodlands, grasslands, and wetlands. "Seasons of the Tallgrass Prairie" collects his musings on Nebraska's natural history and the issues of conservation facing our future.

Johnsgard crafts essays featuring snow geese, owls, hummingbirds, and other creatures against the backdrop of Great Plains landscapes. He describes prairie chickens courting during predawn hours and the calls of sandhill cranes; he evokes the magic of lying upon the prairie, hearing only the sounds of insects and the wind through the grasses. From reflections following a visit to a Pawnee sacred site to meditations on the perils facing the state's finite natural resources, "Seasons of the Tallgrass Prairie" celebrates the gifts of a half century spent roaming Nebraska's back roads, trails, and sometimes-forgotten places.

Issues and Concepts in Historical Ecology - The Past and Future of Landscapes and Regions (Hardcover): Carole L. Crumley, Tommy... Issues and Concepts in Historical Ecology - The Past and Future of Landscapes and Regions (Hardcover)
Carole L. Crumley, Tommy Lennartsson, Anna Westin
R1,133 R1,072 Discovery Miles 10 720 Save R61 (5%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Historical ecology is a research framework which draws upon diverse evidence to trace complex, long-term relationships between humanity and Earth. With roots in anthropology, archaeology, ecology and paleoecology, geography, and landscape and heritage management, historical ecology applies a practical and holistic perspective to the study of change. Furthermore, it plays an important role in both fundamental research and in developing future strategies for integrated, equitable landscape management. The framework presented in this volume covers critical issues, including: practicing transdisciplinarity, the need for understanding interactions between human societies and ecosystem processes, the future of regions and the role of history and memory in a changing world. Including many examples of co-developed research, Issues and Concepts in Historical Ecology provides a platform for collaboration across disciplines and aims to equip researchers, policy-makers, funders, and communities to make decisions that can help to construct an inclusive and resilient future for humanity.

Science in History - Toxic Histories: Poison and Pollution in Modern India (Hardcover): David John Arnold Science in History - Toxic Histories: Poison and Pollution in Modern India (Hardcover)
David John Arnold
R630 Discovery Miles 6 300 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Toxic Histories combines social, scientific, medical and environmental history to demonstrate the critical importance of poison and pollution to colonial governance, scientific authority and public anxiety in India between the 1830s and 1950s. Against the background of India's 'poison culture' and periodic 'poison panics', David Arnold considers why many familiar substances came to be regarded under colonialism as dangerous poisons. As well as the criminal uses of poison, Toxic Histories shows how European and Indian scientists were instrumental in creating a distinctive system of forensic toxicology and medical jurisprudence designed for Indian needs and conditions, and how local, as well as universal, poison knowledge could serve constructive scientific and medical purposes. Arnold reflects on how the 'fear of a poisoned world' spilt over into concerns about contamination and pollution, giving ideas of toxicity a wider social and political significance that has continued into India's postcolonial era.

Cultural Urban Heritage - Development, Learning and Landscape Strategies (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2019): Mladen Obad-Scitaroci,... Cultural Urban Heritage - Development, Learning and Landscape Strategies (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2019)
Mladen Obad-Scitaroci, Bojana Bojanic Obad Scitaroci, Ana Mrda
R3,345 R2,595 Discovery Miles 25 950 Save R750 (22%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

This book presents strategies and models for cultural heritage enhancement from a multidisciplinary perspective. It discusses identifying historical, current and possible future models for the revival and enhancement of cultural heritage, taking into consideration three factors - respect for the inherited, contemporary and sustainable future development. The goal of the research is to contribute to the enhancement of past cultural heritage renovation and enhancement methods, improve the methods of spatial protection of heritage and contribute to the development of the local community through the use of cultural, and in particular, architectural heritage. Cultural heritage is perceived primarily through conservation, but that comes with limitations. If heritage is perceived and experienced solely through conservation, it becomes a static object. It needs to be made an active subject, which implies life in heritage as well as new purposes and new life for abandoned heritage. Heritage can be considered as a resource that generates revenue for itself and for the sustainability of the local community. To achieve this, it should be developed in accordance with contemporary needs and technological achievements, but on scientifically based and professional criteria and on sustainable models. The research presented in this book is based on the approach of Heritage Urbanism in a combination of experiments (case studies) and theory.

The Great Derangement - Climate Change and the Unthinkable (Paperback): Amitav Ghosh The Great Derangement - Climate Change and the Unthinkable (Paperback)
Amitav Ghosh
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Are we deranged? The acclaimed Indian novelist Amitav Ghosh argues that future generations may well think so. How else to explain our imaginative failure in the face of global warming? In his first major book of nonfiction since In an Antique Land, Ghosh examines our inability--at the level of literature, history, and politics--to grasp the scale and violence of climate change. The extreme nature of today's climate events, Ghosh asserts, make them peculiarly resistant to contemporary modes of thinking and imagining. This is particularly true of serious literary fiction: hundred-year storms and freakish tornadoes simply feel too improbable for the novel; they are automatically consigned to other genres. In the writing of history, too, the climate crisis has sometimes led to gross simplifications; Ghosh shows that the history of the carbon economy is a tangled global story with many contradictory and counterintuitive elements. Ghosh ends by suggesting that politics, much like literature, has become a matter of personal moral reckoning rather than an arena of collective action. But to limit fiction and politics to individual moral adventure comes at a great cost. The climate crisis asks us to imagine other forms of human existence--a task to which fiction, Ghosh argues, is the best suited of all cultural forms. His book serves as a great writer's summons to confront the most urgent task of our time.

The Nature of Plant Communities (Hardcover): J. Bastow Wilson, Andrew D. Q. Agnew, Stephen H. Roxburgh The Nature of Plant Communities (Hardcover)
J. Bastow Wilson, Andrew D. Q. Agnew, Stephen H. Roxburgh
R1,146 R1,085 Discovery Miles 10 850 Save R61 (5%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Most people can readily identify a forest, or a grassland, or a wetland - these are the simple labels we give different plant communities. The aim of this book is to move beyond these simple descriptions to investigate the 'hidden' structure of vegetation, asking questions such as how do species in a community persist over time? What prevents the strongest species from taking over? And, are there rules that confer stability and produce repeatable patterns? Answers to these questions are fundamental to community ecology, and for the successful management of the world's varied ecosystems, many of which are currently under threat. In addition to reviewing and synthesising our current knowledge of species interactions and community assembly, this book also seeks to offer a different viewpoint - to challenge the reader, and to stimulate ecologists to think differently about plant communities and the processes that shape them.

Enterprising Nature - Economics, Markets, and Finance in Global Biodiversity Politics (Paperback): Jessica Dempsey Enterprising Nature - Economics, Markets, and Finance in Global Biodiversity Politics (Paperback)
Jessica Dempsey
R513 R414 Discovery Miles 4 140 Save R99 (19%) Shipped within 7 - 13 working days

Winner of the 2018 James M. Blaut Award in recognition of innovative scholarship in cultural and political ecology! Enterprising Nature explores the rise of economic rationality in global biodiversity law, policy and science. To view Jessica's animation based on the book's themes please visit http: //www.bioeconomies.org/enterprising-nature/ Examines disciplinary apparatuses, ecological-economic methodologies, computer models, business alliances, and regulatory conditions creating the conditions in which nature can be produced as enterprising Relates lively, firsthand accounts of global processes at work drawn from multi-site research in Nairobi, Kenya; London, England; and Nagoya, Japan Assesses the scientific, technical, geopolitical, economic, and ethical challenges found in attempts to 'enterprise nature' Investigates the implications of this 'will to enterprise' for environmental politics and policy

Seismic Risk Analysis of Nuclear Power Plants (Hardcover): Wei-Chau Xie, Shun-Hao Ni, Wei Liu, Wei Jiang Seismic Risk Analysis of Nuclear Power Plants (Hardcover)
Wei-Chau Xie, Shun-Hao Ni, Wei Liu, Wei Jiang
R3,136 R2,879 Discovery Miles 28 790 Save R257 (8%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Seismic Risk Analysis of Nuclear Power Plants addresses the needs of graduate students in engineering, practicing engineers in industry, and regulators in government agencies, presenting the entire process of seismic risk analysis in a clear, logical, and concise manner. It offers a systematic and comprehensive introduction to seismic risk analysis of critical engineering structures focusing on nuclear power plants, with a balance between theory and applications, and includes the latest advances in research. It is suitable as a graduate-level textbook, for self-study, or as a reference book. Various aspects of seismic risk analysis - from seismic hazard, demand, and fragility analyses to seismic risk quantification, are discussed, with detailed step-by-step analysis of specific engineering examples. It presents a wide range of topics essential for understanding and performing seismic risk analysis, including engineering seismology, probability theory and random processes, digital signal processing, structural dynamics, random vibration, and engineering risk and reliability.

Resigned Activism - Living with Pollution in Rural China (Paperback): Anna Lora-Wainwright Resigned Activism - Living with Pollution in Rural China (Paperback)
Anna Lora-Wainwright
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An examination of the daily grind of living with pollution in rural China and of the varying forms of activism that develop in response. Residents of rapidly industrializing rural areas in China live with pollution every day. Villagers drink obviously tainted water and breathe visibly dirty air, afflicted by a variety of ailments-from arthritis to nosebleeds-that they ascribe to the effects of industrial pollution. "Cancer villages," village-sized clusters of high cancer incidence, have emerged as a political and cultural phenomenon. In Resigned Activism, Anna Lora-Wainwright explores the daily grind of living with pollution in rural China and the varying forms of activism that develop in response. She finds that claims of health or environmental damage are politically sensitive, and that efforts to seek redress are frustrated by limited access to scientific evidence, growing socioeconomic inequalities, and complex local realities. Villagers, feeling powerless, often come to accept pollution as part of the environment; their activism is tempered by their resignation. Lora-Wainwright uses the term "resigned activism" as a lens through which to view villagers' perceptions and the diverse forms of environmental engagement that result. These range from picketing at the factory gate to quieter individual or family-oriented actions. Drawing on her own extensive fieldwork, Lora-Wainwright offers three case studies of "resigned activism" in rural China, examining the experiences of villagers who live with the effects of phosphorous mining and fertilizer production, lead and zinc mining, and electronic waste processing. These cases make clear the staggering human costs of development and the deeply uneven distribution of costs and benefits that underlie China's economic power.

Climate Change 2014 - Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability: Part A: Global and Sectoral Aspects, Volume 1 - Global and... Climate Change 2014 - Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability: Part A: Global and Sectoral Aspects, Volume 1 - Global and Sectoral Aspects (Paperback)
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
R1,492 R1,414 Discovery Miles 14 140 Save R78 (5%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

This latest Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will again form the standard reference for all those concerned with climate change and its consequences, including students, researchers and policy makers in environmental science, meteorology, climatology, biology, ecology, atmospheric chemistry and environmental policy.

Sustainability in the Twenty-First Century - Applying Sustainomics to Implement the Sustainable Development Goals (Paperback,... Sustainability in the Twenty-First Century - Applying Sustainomics to Implement the Sustainable Development Goals (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition)
Mohan Munasinghe
R1,709 R1,606 Discovery Miles 16 060 Save R103 (6%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

In applying the innovative 'sustainomics' framework and identifying the balanced inclusive green growth (BIGG) path to achieve sustainability, this book provides a rigorous and practical analysis of sustainable development today. Developed and applied globally over the past 25 years by world renowned multi-disciplinary expert Mohan Munasinghe, sustainomics gives us an optimistic message: although our problems are serious, we can respond effectively by making development more sustainable, but only if we begin immediately. Sustainomics shows us the first practical steps in making the transition from the risky business-as-usual scenario to a safe and sustainable future for all. Some key features include: an explanation of the key principles of sustainomics, free of technical jargon; empirical case studies that are practical and policy-relevant over a wide range of time scales, countries, sectors, ecosystems and circumstances; annexes that provide mathematical and additional details; and an extensive and up-to-date bibliography to aid further research.

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