200 pages , Univ of South Carolina Press , 2016-05-05 Viewing the Future in the Past is a collection of essays that represents a wide range of authors, loci, and subjects that together demonstrate the value and necessity of looking at environmental problems as a long-term process that involves humans as a causal factor. Editors H. Thomas Foster, II, Lisa M. Paciulli, and...[Read More]
2015-07-01T07:00:00Z Plant evolutionary ecology is a rapidly growing discipline which emphasizes that populations adapt and evolve not in isolation, but in relation to other species and abiotic environmental features such as climate. Although it departs from traditional evolutionary and ecological fields of study, the field is connected to branches of ecology, genetics, botany, conserva...[Read More]
320 pages , Broadway Books , 2009-07-14 For the past twelve thousand years, Earthâ€™s stable climate has allowed human civilization to flourish. But this long benign summer is an anomaly in the Earthâ€™s history and one that is rapidly coming to a close. The radical experiment of our modern industrial civilization is now disrupting our planetâ€™s very meta...[Read More]
2012-03-01T08:00:00Z In recent years it has become increasingly clear that chemical interactions play a fundamental role in aquatic habitats and have far-reaching evolutionary and ecological implications. This book covers a wide range of studies, including both plants and animals, from different geographic regions and habitats - pelagic as well as benthic.
The New Mobility Agenda is an international institution which, although a virtual and open collaborative project today, was originally set up by an international working group meeting at the Abbey de Royaumont near Paris in 1974 with the support of the Parisian OECD to challenge old ideas and practices in the field of urban transport through a long term collaborative program of information exchang...[Read More]