319 pages , Edward Elgar Pub , 1997 This important book explores the cutting edge of contemporary environmental policy. It examines key issues and proposes innovative strategies for environmental problems facing us in the twenty-first century.The authors argue that the current structure of human activity is not sustainable and that there is a need for fundamental change ...[Read More]
373 pages , Springer Science & Business Media , 1998-03-31 This superb overview of sociological human ecology over the past 50 years engages the subject in terms of conceptual and theoretical issues, and in its empirical application to practical problems. The text focuses on the idea of sustainable development, asking what conditions are necessary for humanity to achieve...[Read More]
529 pages , Infobase Publishing , 2009-01-01 Presents an illustrated A to Z reference with approximately 700 entries on topics in the earth sciences including hydrology, geology, atmospheric sciences, oceanography, and more.