159 pages , Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften , 2015-05-28 "Rethinking Intercultural Approaches to Indigenous Environmental Education and Research" arose from a physical and philosophical journey that critically considered the relationship between Western, Indigenous, and other culturally rooted ecological knowledge systems and philosophies. This...[Read More]
471 pages , Open University Press , 2009 This book broadens out from climate change to consider a wide range of processes and problems. In many ways this book is an extended look at'what is taking place in relation to international environmental problems today'. This book begins by considering the environmental implications of global and historical development trends - p...[Read More]
466 pages , 2013 Concern for environment is as old as human civilization. The traditional society took sanctity of environment for granted as a necessary precondition for the exitence of human society. But this situation started changing after the industrial revolution when human society with the help of technologically advanced knowledge system started making significant change...[Read More]
366 pages , Concept Publishing Company , 2005-01-01 This volume dedicated to Professor H.S.Sharma provides a cogent account of ongoing research in the field of geomorphology and environmental studies in India.
206 pages , Infobase Publishing , 2008 Earth's astonishing diversity of life - in coral reefs, Arctic tundra, tropical rainforests, deep-sea hot springs, and many others - is amazing for its beauty and for the ecosystem services it provides. This book discusses how ecosystems must be set aside, habitats restored, and global warming thwarted.
348 pages , 1998 Biodiversity Is One Of The Major Global Resources. It Has Suffered From Diverse Natural And Man-Made Catastrophes But Continues To Provide Food, Medicinal Products And A Wide Range Of Other Materials Which Could Be Guranteed For The Future It Managed In A Sustainable Manner. Human Influence Is By Far The Greatest Threat To Diversity. No Part Of The Planet Escape...[Read More]