Category : Other Environment/Resources
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2014
The World Heritage Regime  (Global Institutions Series).  Thomas Schmitt (Max Planck Institute, Gottigen).  NY: Routledge, March 2014 / 144p / $75.00.
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Environmental Security: An Introduction.  Peter Hough (U of Middlesex, UK).  NY: Routledge, Feb 2014 / 208p / $39.95.
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The Sea, Volume 16: Marine Ecosystem-Based Management.  Edited by Michael J. Fogarty (Head, Ecosystem Assessment Center, National Marine Fisheries Service) and James J. McCarthy (Prof of Biological Oceanography, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard U).  Cambridge MA: Harvard U Press, Feb 2014 / 458p / $175.00.
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Rating is oneFollowing the Proceeds of Environmental Crime: Fish, Forests and Filthy Lucre.  Edited by Gregory Rose (U of Wollongong, Australia).  NY: Routledge, June 2014 / 256p / $135.00.
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A Global Environmental Right.  Stephen Turner (Kingston U, UK).  NY: Earthscan/Routledge, Jan 2014 / 208p / $135.00 (also as e-book).
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2013
Principles of Ecological Landscape Design.  Travis Beck (Landscape and Gardens Project Manager, New York Botanical Garden).  Washington: Island Press, Jan 2013 / 296p ( 8.5 X 10” ) $40.00 pb.
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Rating is oneEnvironmental Crime and Corruption in Russia  (Transnational Crime and Corruption Series).  Edited by Sally Stoecker and Ramziya Shakirova (both, George Mason U, Virginia).  NY: Routledge, July 2013 / 224p / $155.00.
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Introduction to International Environmental Law.  Timo Koivurova (Faculty of Law, U of Turku).  NY: Routledge, Dec 2013 / 300p / $59.95.
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Community Biodiversity Management: Promoting Resilience and the Conservation of Plant Genetic Resources.  Edited by Walter Simon de Boef (Visiting Prof, Federal U of Santa Catarina, Brazil; assoc consultant, Centre for Development Innovation, Wageningen U, Netherlands) and five others.  NY: Earthscan/Routledge, March 2013 / 414p / $67.95 pb (also as e-book).
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Green Grabbing: A New Appropriation of Nature  (Critical Agrarian Studies / Journal of Peasant Studies).  Edited by James Fairhead (Chair in Social Anthropology, U of Sussex), Melissa Leach and Ian Scoones (both Fellows, Institute of Development Studies, U of Sussex).  NY: Routledge, April 2013 / 416p / $155.00.
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