Future Nature

Future Nature

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The countryside is changing faster than ever. Fifty years of conservation achievements in the UK are now being confronted by a new complexion of economic forces that are driving change in the countryside. At the same time new ideas in conservation are altering the role that conservation is being asked to play in negotiating the transition from past to future. This revised edition of Bill Adams classic work Future Nature tackles the new challenges in the countryside and wildlife conservation head-on through a new Introduction and Postscript with updated arguments about naturalness and our social engagement with nature, and complemented by a new Foreword by Adrian Phillips. Concepts such as biodiversity and sustainability, and changes in our understanding, appreciation and concern for nature, offer unprecedented opportunities. Bill Adams explores the scientific, cultural and economic significance of conservation. He argues that conservation must move beyond the boundaries of parks and reserves to embrace the whole countryside. The importance of conservation for the future is enormous. It holds the potential to create new spaces for nature, both in the landscape and in our lives and imaginations. This factual, beautifully written and thought-provoking book offers a fundamental reassessment of conservation, its importance, and how to achieve it. Published with BANC... who labour to produce them, half a world away, where labour is cheap and environmental and safety regulations may be non-existent.aquot; The UK now enjoys international trade on a scale undreamed of even in the heyday of British imperialism, when the ... that stretches from the rainforests or sweatshops of the Third World to our bathrooms and built-in wardrobes. ... rate at which new products are brought onto the market, and minimise the time delay between manufacture and sale.

Title:Future Nature
Author: William (Bill) Adams
Publisher:Routledge - 2004-04-26

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