Conservation across borders: Biodiversity in an interdependent world (2009)

Please fill the following information to request the publication in hardcopy. We will get in touch with you shortly.

All form fields are required.

This book looks at transboundary initiatives in nature conservation. There are many locally relevant initiatives, following different agendas. There are four main arguments used to argue for the need for transboundary protected areas: three are ecological and one political. This book is rich in detail and case study material, but sympathetic too, to theory.
Language: English
Imprint: Reviewed: Charles Chester . Conservation Across Borders: Biodiversity in an Interdependent World. Washington, Covelo, London. Island Press. 2006. In Mountain Research and Development, Vol 29, No 1, Feb 2009: 103?104: 2009
Series: Book review,