Rewilding means to return to a more wild or natural state; it is the process of undoing domestication. The term emerged from the green anarchism and anarcho-primitivism political theories, in which humans are believed to be "civilized" or "domesticated" by industrial and agricultural progress.
Rewilding is about dismantling the culture of human domestication and returning to the lifeways of pre-a...[Read More]
2010-08-17T07:00:00Z Around the world, consciousness of the threat to our environment is growing. The majority of solutions on offer, from using efficient light bulbs to biking to work, focus on individual lifestyle changes, yet the scale of the crisis requires far deeper adjustments. Ecology and Socialism argues that time still remains to save humanity and the planet, but only b...[Read More]
498 pages , James Lorimer & Company , 1995-01-01 Acknowledgements List of Acronyms Part I 1. Green Dreams (Red Flags) 2. The Handmade Jungle 3. Plane Dollars and Sense 4. A Sierra Club Soiree 5. Enter Brascan 6. An Activist's Progress 7. Cultural Survival 8. Green Grease Part 11 9. Deja Vu 10. The Agenda 11. The Body Shop 12. Flying Down to Rio 13. A Trip to No Man's...[Read More]
Landscape-scale conservation is a holistic approach to conservation, concerned with biodiversity and local economies, agriculture, eco-tourism, geodiversity and the health and social benefits of the environment. Landscape-scale conservation has arisen in response to the challenges of climate change and a perceived excessive focus on site based conservation.
363 pages , Springer Science & Business Media , 2009-08-02 This volume provides an overview of recent advances in forest ecology on a variety of topics, including species diversity and the factors that control species diversity, environmental factors controlling distribution of forests, impacts of disturbances on forests (fires, drought, hurricane), reproduction ecology ...[Read More]
35 pages , INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND , 2007 This paper discusses structure, impact, costs, and efficiency of renewable energy supply in the eight largest advanced economies (the G-7 plus Spain), with focus on Germany. Renewables production costs are compared to benefits, defined as reductions in net carbon emissions; technological innovation, and increased energy secur...[Read More]