Sahel The Perfect Storm
ISBN: HB: 9781787385641, Hurst Publishers, June 2024
360 pp., 21,6x13,8 cm
For sale in CIS only! A revealing account of Africa's ecological and historical frontier zone, now plagued by interlocking insurgencies and climate change. The Sahel is the borderland of 3 million square kilometres between the Sahara Desert and the...
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£25.00
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Saving a Rainforest and Losing the World Conservation and Displacement in the Global Tropics
ISBN: PB: 9780300272482, ISBN: HB: 9780300272505, Yale University Press, May 2024
312 pp., 23,4x15,6 cm, 31 black&white illus.
An unflinching investigation of the false promises of land sparing, exposing how its illusory successes mask the failures of green capitalism. For two decades, the concept of land sparing, the claim that agricultural intensification can spare land...
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£40.00
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£90.00
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Children of the Northern Forest Wild New England's History from Glaciers to Global Warming
ISBN: HB: 9780300270570, Yale University Press, January 2024
320 pp., 23,4x15,6 cm, 35 black&white illus.
This no-holds-barred narrative of the failure of conservation in northern New England's forests envisions a wilder, more equitable, lower-carbon future for forest-dependent communities. Jamie Sayen approaches the story of northern New England's und...
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£25.00
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Curious Species How Animals Made Natural History
ISBN: HB: 9780300266184, Yale University Press, January 2024
328 pp., 23,4x15,6 cm, 14 colour illus., 65 black&white illus.
A compelling and innovative exploration of how animals shaped the field of natural history and its ecological afterlives. Can corals build worlds? Do rattlesnakes enchant? What is a raccoon, and what might it know? Animals and the questions they ra...
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£30.00
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Water for All Global Solutions for a Changing Climate
ISBN: HB: 9780300256932, Yale University Press, January 2024
440 pp., 23,4x15,6 cm, 22 black&white illus.
A fresh look at the world's water crises, and the existing and emerging solutions that can be used to solve them. It is not your imagination: water crises are more frequent. Our twentieth-century systems for providing the water that grows food, sus...
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£20.00
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Geopolitics for the End Time From the Pandemic to the Climate Crisis
ISBN: PB: 9781805260363, ISBN: HB: 9781787385542, Hurst Publishers, December 2023
240 pp., 19,0x12,6 cm
For sale in CIS only! A New Statesman Best Book of 2021 A sharp vision of our changing world order as Covid and climate breakdown usher in a new "survival of the fittest". As we approach catastrophe, everything changes. What are the lessons from...
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£12.99
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£18.99
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Lab for All Seasons The Laboratory Revolution in Modern Botany and the Rise of Physiological Plant Ecology
ISBN: PB: 9780300267211, ISBN: HB: 9780300267228, Yale University Press, September 2023
392 pp., 23,4x15,6 cm, 11 black&white illus.
The first book to chronicle how innovation in laboratory designs for botanical research energized the emergence of physiological plant ecology as a vibrant subdiscipline. Laboratory innovation since the mid-twentieth century has powered advances in...
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£30.00
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£65.00
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Less Heat, More Light A Guided Tour of Weather, Climate, and Climate Change
ISBN: HB: 9780300259438, Yale University Press, July 2023
288 pp., 21,6x13,8 cm, 48 black&white illus.
A straightforward and fact-based exploration of how weather happens, how it relates to climate, and how science answers major questions about Earth as a system. Climate change is one of the most hotly contested environmental topics of our day. To a...
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£25.00
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Environment and Ecology in Islamic Art and Culture
ISBN: HB: 9780300267495, Yale University Press, June 2023
288 pp., 29,0x23,0 cm, 120 colour and black&white illus.
The Islamic world finds itself increasingly at the epicenter of our escalating climate emergency, both as a locus of the petrochemical industry and as home to extraordinary landscapes in which the effects of environmental transformation are acutely f...
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£50.00
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These Trees Tell a Story The Art of Reading Landscapes
ISBN: PB: 9780300230895, Yale University Press, May 2023
432 pp., 23,4x15,6 cm, 129 colour illus., 11 black&white illus.
A deeply personal master class on how to read a natural landscape and unravel the clues to its unique ecological history. Structured as a series of interactive field walks through ten New England ecosystems, this book challenges readers to see the...
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£22.00
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