Conservación del medioambiente

Ciencias de la tierra, geografía, medioambiente, planificación / El medioambiente / Conservación del medioambiente (1789)

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  • Inorganic Pollutants in Wastewater
    This book, 'Inorganic Pollutants in Wastewater: Methods of Analysis, Removal and Treatment' extensively investigates the most recent improvements in the area of inorganic pollutants analysis, removal and treatment of wastewater by utilizing different materials such as natural polymers, husks, graphene and carbon nanotube composites, fruit cortex etc. It covers photocata...

    144,10 €

  • I Don’t Believe in Asteroids
    Kevin Kite / Michelle McCauley
    Climate change, income inequality, modern parenting, greed, and materialism-the world is going to hell so you might as well laugh. In I Don’t Believe in Asteroids, Kite and McCauley show you the way. Their irreverent, on-point comics will have you cracking up and crying all at once. Kite’s art is brilliant and bright, even as the text is jarring and penetrating. This is a grea...

    20,33 €


    24,27 €

  • Eco-History. an Introduction to Biodiversity and Conservation.
    D. Rotherham Ian / DRotherham Ian / Ian D. Rotherham / Ian DRotherham
    AN ACCESSIBLE INTRODUCTION TO BIODIVERSITY, CONSERVATION AND THE ECO-CULTURAL NATURE OF LANDSCAPESKey issues are addressed in short, focused chapters, supported by a detailed thousand-year timeline based on the British Isles.Rotherham is convinced that to conserve wildlife or ecology, and to heal the wounds of human impacts, we must understand our own history and how, over coun...

    50,84 €

  • Animals
    Sarah Johnson
    The fourth volume in the reader series, ’Themes in Environmental History’.Comprising essays selected from Environment and History and Environmental Values, these inexpensive paperbacks address important aspects of environmental history through theoretical essays and case studies. The readers are attracting increasing interest from course-organisers. Animals examines human relat...

    38,85 €

  • 3D Recording and Modelling in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage
    The book derives from the experiences of the authors as lecturers and tutors at different international summer schools on reality-based surveying and 3D modelling in the field of archaeology and cultural heritage. The book is organized in three main sections. The first part aims to introduce and discuss the contribution of geomatic techniques in archaeology and more generally i...

    88,00 €

  • The Steppe to Europe
    Lajos Racz / Alan Campbell
    This book, a much-augmented translation of the author’s original Hungarian version, is an account of Hungary’s past from the perspective of environmental history, incorporating a wide range of environmentally-relevant research findings. Data on climate, agriculture, mining, hunting, urban development and political administration are synthesised to create a rich account of a peo...

    112,72 €

  • Conservation Song
    Wapulumuka Oliver Mulwafu
    Conservation Song explores ways in which colonial relations shaped meanings and conflicts over environmental control and management in Malawi. By focusing on soil conservation, which required an integrated approach to the use and management of such natural resources as land, water and forestry, it examines the origins and effects of policies and their legacies in the post-colon...

    50,75 €

  • Indigenous Knowledge
    Sarah Johnson
    The third volume in the reader series, ’Themes in Environmental History’.Comprising essays selected from our journals, Environment and History and Environmental Values, these inexpensive paperbacks address important aspects of environmental history, by means of theoretical essays and case studies. Indigenous Knowledge investigates how indigenous peoples from various cultures in...

    38,83 €

  • Changing Deserts
    Deserts - vast, empty places where time appears to stand still. The very word conjures images of endless seas of sand, blistering heat and a virtual absence of life. However, deserts encompass a large variety of landscapes and life beyond our stereotypes. As well as magnificent Saharan dunes under blazing sun, the desert concept encompasses the intensely cold winters of the Gob...

    110,25 €

  • A Rugged Nation
    Marco Armiero
    Landscape, politics and history: the Italian mountains as a crucible of national and natural identity.This book is part of a wider current in environmental history, that explores the links between nature and nation. It uncovers how Italian identity and mountains have constituted one another. It argues that state regimes since unification in 1861 have made mountains into nationa...

    92,22 €

  • Bio-Invaders
    Sarah Johnson
    We are pleased to announce a new series ofenvironmental history readers, suitable for students.Comprising essays selected from our journals,Environment and History and Environmental Values,each inexpensive paperback volume will address animportant theme in environmental history, combiningunderlying theory and specific case-studies. The firstvolume, Bio-invaders, investigates th...

    39,21 €

  • Digging Deep in the Garden
    John Walker
    “John Walker is asking the sort of questions you don’t usually find asked in gardening magazines.” A celebrity gardener’s ‘wobble’ over climate chaos… the effect genetically modified crops might have on our gardens and allotments… how adopting a vegan-organic approach can make growing more compassionate… why pesticides must be consigned to the history books.In this diverse, liv...

    8,09 €

  • Bees of California
    Bees provide food through the simple but essential act of pollination. There are thousands of bee species in North America, but bees are dying. This book is a collaboration between student artists, scientists and writers at the University of California concerned with bee decline. This book is intended for readers with an interest in contemporary poetry, art, nature, and gardeni...

    15,54 €

  • Rewild or Die
    Urban Scout
    Rewild or Die is a collection of essays written by Urban Scout exploring the philosophy of the emerging rewilding renaissance, in which civilized humans are thought to be 'domesticated' through thousands of years of sedentary, agrarian life. This way of life is believed to be the root of all environmental destruction and social injustice. Rewilding is the process of un-doing th...

    16,82 €

  • Horse Ownership Responsible Sustainable Ethical
    Jane Myers / Stuart Myers
    With horse ownership comes great responsibility; we have a responsibility to manage our horses to the best of our ability and to do this sustainably and ethically.Horse keeping has changed dramatically in the last 30 to 40 years and there are many new challenges facing contemporary horse owners. The modern domestic horse is now much more likely to be kept for leisure purposes t...

    26,71 €

  • Zero-Wasted
    Hunter C. Johnson
    Zero-Wasted: Live. Love. Leave no trace is a comprehensive guide to adopting a zero-waste lifestyle, providing practical tips and empowering readers to make sustainable choices, with a focus on rethinking consumption, reducing carbon footprint, sustainable eating, eco-friendly home and travel, and cultivating a zero-waste mindset. ...

    85,86 €

  • East African Wildlife Guide - a fun introduction to the animals of Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda and Burundi
    Birgit Hendry
    Many great safari guides are often very detailed and written for adults, while most wildlife books for children only talk about well-known animals such as elephants, giraffes and lions. This book is something in between - while it covers all mammals that can be found in East Africa (Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and Burundi), plus a few iconic reptiles and birds, it is meant ...

    55,39 €

  • Grass Left Standing
    Maureen Stine
    Embark on a transformative journey through nature with Grass Left Standing: A Park Interpreter’s Road Map to Forest Bathing. Discover the art of forest bathing, a restorative sensory exploration that encourages mindfulness and rejuvenation. Through guided sequences, experience the harmony of rest and wandering, interspersed with facilitated group gatherings and solitary reflect...

    14,18 €

  • One Moment on Earth
    Pramod M Tippashetti
    'One Moment on Earth' invites readers on a profound journey through the eyes of an ordinary individual, offering a captivating perspective on our planet. Through the lens of this everyday observer, the book transcends the mundane, delving into the profound questions of existence, creation, and human ingenuity. With subtle yet powerful strokes, it unveils the intricate tapestry ...

    15,93 €

  • Down Alaska’s Wild Rivers
    Frank Keim
    FRANK KEIM is an educator, nature writer and environmental activist. He worked for two years as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Bolivia, an anthropologist in Ecuador for four years, and as a secondary school teacher of Yup’ik Eskimos in Alaska’s Lower Yukon Delta for 21 years. He has contributed chapters to the books Arctic Wings and The Last Frontier, and published three poetry boo...

    22,52 €

  • Uncharted Waters
    Julie Miles Lewis
    Uncharted Waters is an invitation to explore the many ways WATER can teach you important life lessons about embracing change, facing challenges, finding flow, and building resilience. As you dive into the pages, you will embark on a powerful journey of self-reflection and personal growth through thought-provoking journal prompts, inspirational quotes, insights, and stories. Thi...

    17,15 €

    Jim Tolstrup
    'Jim’s superb guide will motivate landowners to embrace their environmental responsibilities no matter what ecosystem they live in.' Douglas Tallamy - Author of Bringing Nature Home and Nature’s Best HopeSUBURBITAT - will be a great benefit to city planners, developers, landscape architects, HOA boards, homeowners, and anyone interested in creating beautiful landscapes that res...

    22,22 €

  • What We Leave Behind
    Matthew Sheeley
    'Now we come to it - will we leave anything behind at all?' Therapy for any and all weeping souls, What We Leave Behind examines our relationship to nature in an era so far removed from it. In this book of nature poetry, Matt Sheeley combines the deeply archaic elder of time with a child-like appreciation of the natural world. Themes of time and legacy are brought to life by a ...

    12,31 €

  • Lone Druid
    Ric Bailey
    Ric Bailey is a chronic nature lover. He’s no scientist or ecologist, in fact, he doesn’t even have a college degree. He uses passion and conviction to achieve his land protection successes.He doesn’t know the names of very many flowers, bugs, or birds, but relishes sharing time with them. And, he’s dedicated his life to protecting all life beyond humanity. But as a human himse...

    35,68 €

  • A Farmer’s Almanac - Stories about Land, Food, and Life
    Drausin Wulsin
    This is Volume II of A Farmer’s Almanac Series, Wonder of Actualization. The first of Drausin Wulsin’s three ventures on the land, covering a span of over 30 years, was starting a grass-based, New Zealand-style dairy in the state of Ohio. The next entailed creating a wetlands mitigation bank on 215 acres. The third was developing a grass-based meat business, involving beef, she...

    13,62 €

  • Hope for Creation
    Can the Desert Be Green? Our world is in peril. Environmental degradation, human suffering, and relentless calamities confront us daily, painting a picture of a planet in distress. Amid this daunting reality, how can God’s people respond effectively? This critical question beckons for a thoughtful and proactive response that intertwines faith and ecology with tangible action in...

    25,85 €

    This futuristic action adventure has twists and turns to keep you guessing until the very end.Launched from the warm morning glow of Cape Canaveral into infinite frozen space, Commander Char Crawford’s first command for Universal Technologies’ manned mission to Mars faces a crisis they could never conceived.  Absorbed by a wormhole and deposited on a different planet three hund...

    19,59 €

    This futuristic action adventure has twists and turns to keep you guessing until the very end.Launched from the warm morning glow of Cape Canaveral into infinite frozen space, Commander Char Crawford’s first command for Universal Technologies’ manned mission to Mars faces a crisis they could never conceived.  Absorbed by a wormhole and deposited on a different planet three hund...

    19,16 €

  • Il Sentiero Dell’illuminazione - Lo Spirito Della Terra
    Larz Trent
    Il Sentiero dell’Illuminazione - Lo Spirito della Terra è un invito per coloro che cercano non solo di leggere, ma di vivere una profonda connessione con tutto ciò che esiste. In questo libro, l’autore condivide un antico sapere che afferma che la terra è un essere vivente, dotato di uno spirito potente nominato dallo stesso Dio per essere il guardiano delle anime umane. Con un...

    16,73 €