The Rising Tide is the first analysis of global warming and world sea level rise. It outlines state, national, and international actions to respond to the effects of global warming on coastal communities and ecosystems.
This publication is a positive step in building up public awareness about an area of great diversity but beset with the problems of the vulnerability of small islands and the limited resources of micro-nations.
6 x 9
Americans are having an increasing impact on the rural landscape as development further encroaches in former wilderness areas. This disruptive land use is causing a decline in wildlife and wildlife habitats. Wildlife and Habitats in Managed...
6 x 9
Climate Change is the report of Working Group III of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), established in 1988 by the World Meteorological Organization and UNEP to address the threat of global warming on an international...
8.5 x 11
The focus of this book is primarily on the conservation of wild species and natural ecosystems. It is about conservation strategy but touches on poverty, politics, economic development, war, geography, education and other human concerns. It puts...
8.5 x 12
At the meeting of the International Tropical Timber Organization held in Bali in 1990, ITTO adopted the target of ensuring that all tropical timber marketed internationally should, by the year 2000, come from forests that are managed sustainably...
7 x 10
These booklets give the general reader facts and information about fur-bearing mammals from a more conservation-oriented perspective than information generally available from other sources. Each is based on the relevant SSC Action Plan, and is...
6 x 8.2
6.5 x 9.2
This book is a comprehensive guide to fundamental ecological principles in tropical moist forest lands. This edition has been revised to encompass our increased knowledge and understandings of the complexities of forest management. It addresses...
6.8 x 9.8