In the last two decades, environmental threats and the challenge of sustainability have moved to the very centre of political, business and, increasingly, personal agendas. The Earthscan Library Collection has been created to bring back into print the seminal texts in sustainability from the past twenty-five years. The Collection offers a unique opportunity to gain broad, archival coverage of all aspects of sustainability. It allows the individual as well as institutional purchaser the ability to acquire volumes by many of the most well-respected thinkers and authors across the subject. Available as a 115-volume collection, thematic sets and as individual volumes, the collection covers Sustainable Development, Environmental Resource Economics, Environmental Management, Natural Resource Management, Energy and Infrastructure, Environmentalism and Politics, International Environmental Governance, Aid and Development. Earthscan was originally founded by the International Institute for Environment and Development in 1987, and continues to publish in association with them and in partnership with a range of environmental and development organizations world wide.