248 pages , 2016-04-13 This edited collection provides an understanding about the complex relationship between International Relations, the environment, and climate change. It details current tendencies of study, explores the most important routes of assessing environmental issues as an issue of international governance, and provides perspectives on the route forward.
718 pages , SBS Publishers , 2009-01-01 Going green is both a corporate advantage and an opportunity for humanity to enable change. The four piIIars of green energy are green power, green fuels and transport, green buildings and green IT. Green energy describes sources of energy that are considered to be environmentally friendly and non-polluting, such as geothermal, win...[Read More]
A Regional Red List (RRL) is a report of the threatened status of species within a certain country or region. It is based on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, an inventory of the conservation status of species on a global scale. Regional Red Lists assess the risk of extinction to species within a political management unit and therefore may feed directly into national and regional planning. ...[Read More]
336 pages , Taylor & Francis , 2017-02-28 This book helps all those involved in international tourism develop the new skills, tools and investments required to protect irreplaceable global resources from the impacts of escalating tourism demand over the next 50 years. It documents how technology and the growing global middle class are driving a travel revolution which re...[Read More]
I believe that this movement (whose many voices remain disparate) has the ability to unite a new generation, to dispel (to paraphrase Vaughan-Lee) our "image of separateness."
And the reason for this has to do with our own shared identity as children, something we all once were.
Of all the world's creatures, perhaps those in greatest need of rewilding are our children and our own inner child...