The Natural Resource Management Set consists of key texts in the field written by prestigious authors from backgrounds as diverse as forestry, economics, sociology and politics that comprehensively illuminates all aspects of the development of natural resource management. 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 25 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.
After the Green Revolution: Sustainable agriculture for development By Gordon R. Conway and Edward B. Barbier 9781849710190 210 pp Asking the Earth: Farms, Forestry and Survival in India By Winin Pereira and Jeremy Seabrook 9781849710169 244 pp Controlling Tropical Deforestation By Alan Grainger 9781849710251 314 pp Forest Politics: The Evolution of International Cooperation By David Humphreys 9781849710237 324 pp Genes from the Wild: Using Wild Genetic Resources for Food and Raw Materials By Robert and Christine Prescott-Allen 9781849710121 116 pp No Timber Without Trees: Sustainability in the tropical forest By Duncan Poore 9781849710244 276 pp Our Common Seas: Coasts in Crisis By Don Hinrichsen 9781849710152 196 pp Plantation Politics: Forest plantations in development Edited by Caroline Sargent and Stephen Bass 9781849710268 196 pp Saving the Seed: Genetic diversity and European agriculture By Ren�e Vellv� 9781849710206 210 pp Saving the Tropical Forests By Judith Gradwohl and Russell Greenberg 9781849710275 212 pp The Politics of Industrial Agriculture By Tracey Clunies-Ross and Nicholas Hildyard 9781849710220 172 pp The Rural Economy and the British Countryside Edited by Paul Allanson and Martin Whitby 9781849710176 244 pp The Threatening Desert: Controlling desertification By Alan Grainger 9781849710145 388 pp The Water Crisis: Constructing solutions to freshwater pollution By Julie Stauffer 9781849710183 180 pp Trees, People and Power By Peter Utting 9781849710282 226 pp Tropical Deforestation: A socio-economic approach By C. J. Jepma 9781849710299 336 pp Unwelcome Harvest: Agriculture and pollution By Gordon R. Conway and Jules N. Pretty 9781849710213 676 pp Waterlogged Wealth: Why waste the world's wet places By Edward Maltby 9781849710138 204 pp