The Atlas of Endangered SpeciesThe Atlas of Endangered Species



All are relevant to threatened species . ... The impact of global warming on threatened species will be profound . ... in this book , and to the photographers who have generously given us permission to use their images in this atlas .

Author: Richard Mackay

Publisher: Earthscan Publications

ISBN: STANFORD:36105111317876

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"Full colour maps and graphics provide at-a-glance information on species lost, threatened and surviving today, including trees and other plants, birds, animals, reptiles and insects."--BOOK JACKET.

The EcologistThe Ecologist



151 ROUND UP READER Gardens and the Green Mantle Today L As a work of reference , The Atlas of Endangered Species by Richard Mackay ( Earthscan 2002 £ 11.99 ISBN 1-85383-874-8 ) is highly engaging . Its 120 pages are filled with ...

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The Ethics of the Global EnvironmentThe Ethics of the Global Environment



See Holmes Rolston III , ' Duties to Endangered Species ' , in Holmes Rolston III , Philosophy Gone Wild : Essays in ... Earthscan Reader , 17-29 , p . 19 . 8. Norman Myers ( ed . ) , The Gaia Atlas of Planet Management , p . 154 . 9.

Author: Robin Attfield

Publisher: Purdue University Press

ISBN: 1557531897

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Page: 232

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This volume concerns itself with the ethical principles and concepts relating to the environment: nature, resources and the planet. This is placed in the context of ethical theory, and consideration is given to the way these values have transformed received ethical traditions. Issues include the intrinsic value of nonhuman species, obligations to future generations, and the aesthetic needs of humanity. Both the universal responsibilities and their application are investigated. The international responsibilities to the planet are seen in the context of some of the most alarming future scenarios: limited access to water, the changing global climate, population explosion, the destruction of ecosystems, and even the extinction of humanity.

AAAS Atlas of Population EnvironmentAAAS Atlas of Population Environment



UNEP , Global Environment Outlook 2000 , Earthscan , 1999 . 4. IPCC Working Group 1 , Third Assessment Report , forthcoming . 5. Ibid . 6. Malloy et al . , PNAS ( Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA ) , 94 : 1258 ...

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Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 0520230841

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Page: 204

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This volume discusses and illustrates the effects of the world's population on natural resources, land use, atmosphere, chemicals, wastes, ecosystems, and biodiversity. It is filled with high-quality maps, charts, and informative illustrations."--"Outstanding Reference Sources," American Libraries, May 2002.

Is CITES Protecting Wildlife Is CITES Protecting Wildlife



International Fund for Animal Welfare ( IFAW ) and International Union for the Conservation of Nature ( IUCN ) . 2019. ... Legal Atlas . 2018. Home . Available at : www.legal-atlas.com . Accessed 23 July 2020 . Legifrance . 2020.

Author: Tanya Wyatt

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000399998

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This book assesses the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), examining both implementation and compliance. Humans are causing a biodiversity crisis, where 1 million species are facing extinction. Species are dying, in no small part, because they are overexploited, poached and trafficked and CITES is the main international instrument designed to protect traded wildlife. Does the state of the world’s species mean CITES is failing? This book explores the implementation of and compliance with CITES by all 183 member countries. It is imperative we know the nature and extent of the implementation of and compliance with CITES legislation in all parties to fully understand the impact of legal and illegal trade on species survival. Through extensive legislative content analysis, a Delphi iterative survey, and semi-structured interviews, this is the first book to share empirical research about CITES implementation and compliance. This book contains a comprehensive analysis of the state of CITES, what is done well, what could be done better, and what the future might bring to try to curtail the slide of the world’s wildlife into extinction. By identifying lessons learned in relation to CITES legislation, implementation and compliance this book provides hard evidence to member countries as to how their own practice can be improved. This timely book will be essential reading for students and academics interested in wildlife law, trade and trafficking, green criminology and biodiversity conservation more broadly. It will also be of interest to professionals working in wildlife law enforcement.