352 pages , UBC Press , 2016-01-15 This book explores the complicated relationship between Hamilton Harbour and the people who came to reside on its shores. From the time of European settlement through to Hamilton's rise as an industrial city, townsfolk struggled with nature, and with one another, to champion their vision of "the bay" as a place to live, work, and play. ...[Read More]
378 pages , Edward Elgar Pub , 1997-01-01 The Economics of Environmental Protection presents a selection of Peter Bohm's most important essays on policy issues concerning externalities and public goods. Most of the issues relate to environmental policy.
528 pages , CRC Press , 1998-06-23 As the 21st century approaches, the need to put principles of sustainable living and ecosystem management into practice has never been so urgent. Ecosystem Management for Sustainability recognizes this need and shares the experiences of the editor and 54 contributing authors, each leaders in the advancement of ecosystem management and c...[Read More]
231 pages , Elsevier , 2017-01-31 A text which focuses on the relationship of local politicians and professional planners in the planning process, adopting a conceptual framework within which a series of case studies is analysed. It shows that where power is limited or diffuse, or liable to change, policy making can be uncertain or inconsistent. The book covers a wide ra...[Read More]
245 pages , Oxford University Press (UK) , 2014 Can our planet support the demands of the ten billion people anticipated to be the world's population by the middle of this century? This book explores the contexts, costs, and benefits of a burgeoning population on our economic, social, and environmental systems.
227 pages , Oxford University Press on Demand , 2003 In this text, Andrew Dobson argues that ecological citizenship cannot be fully articulated in terms of the two great traditions of citizenship - liberal and civic republican - and develops an original theory of citizenship, which he calls 'post-cosmopolitan'.