The New Ecology

Author: Oswald J. Schmitz
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 1400883466
Size: 31.40 MB
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Informative and engaging, The New Ecology shows how today’s ecology can provide the insights we need to appreciate the crucial role we play in this era of unprecedented global environmental transition.

Why Environmental Policies Fail

Author: Jan Laitos
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107121019
Size: 60.87 MB
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William D. Nordhaus & Joseph Boyer, Economic Models of Global Warming (
2000); Daniel Fiorino, Making Environmental Policy (1995). Oswald Schmitz, The
New Ecology: Rethinking a Science for the Anthropocene (2016); Michael
Marchetti and Peter Moyle, Protecting Life on Earth: An Introduction to the
Science of Conservation (2010); Cass R. Sunstein, Why Nudge? (2014);
Alessandro Tavoni & Simon Levin, Managing the Climate Commons at the Nexus
of Ecology, Behavior, ...

Children In The Anthropocene

Author: Karen Malone
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137430915
Size: 13.70 MB
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This book elaborates the need, in a rapidly urbanizing world, for recognition of the ecological communities we inhabit in cities and for the development of an ethics for all entities (human and non-human) in this context.

Environmental Humanities

Author: Serpil Oppermann
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield International
ISBN: 9781783489398
Size: 36.63 MB
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An international and interdisciplinary team of scholars offer innovative models of thinking about environmentality in the humanities and in Anthropocene discourse in the environmental sciences.

Hope And Grief In The Anthropocene

Author: Lesley Head
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317576438
Size: 52.18 MB
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This book explores how responses to environmental challenges are hampered by a grief for a pristine and certain past, rather than considering the scale of the necessary socioeconomic change for a 'future' world.