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Bibliography in Sustainable Development

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Biology and Ecology

Boyden, S. V. (1987). Western civilization in biological perspective: patterns in biohistory. Oxford [Oxfordshire], New York, Clarendon Press; Oxford University Press.

Callicott, J. B. (1987). Companion to A Sand County Almanac: Interpretive & Critical Essays. Madison, Wis., University of Wisconsin Press.

Cavalieri, P. and P. Singer, Eds. (1993). The Great Ape Project: Equality Beyond Humanity. New York, St. Martins Press.

This collection of articles presents a wealth of information on great apes, and why we as humans should be considered a part of this group which also includes gorillas, chimpanzees and orang-utans. Articles include texts describing long term research projects on great apes in the wild, on teaching them sign language, on their mental capacities, on the physical similarities between all members of the great ape category, on the definition of personhood, the current status and treatment of great apes, and what these topics say about the moral and legal status of great apes. This is an interesting book full of amazing facts about great apes that is also quite provocative ethically.

D'Silva, E. H., S. Appanah, et al. (1993). Forestry management for sustainable development. Washington, D.C., World Bank.

Dasmann, R. F. (1985). "Achieving the sustainable use of species and ecosystems." Landscape Planning 12: 211-219.

Davis, T. (2000). Sustaining the forest, the people, and the spirit. Albany, NY, State University of New York Press.

Donald, A. D. (1994). "Parasites, animal production and sustainable development." Veterinary Parasitology 54(1-3): 27-47.

Elliot, R. (1997). Faking nature: the ethics of environmental restoration. London; New York, Routledge. [online]

Gardiner, R. (2002). Oceans and seas harnessing the marine environment for sustainable development. S.l., s.n. [online]

Hecht, S. B. and A. Cockburn (1989). The fate of the forest: developers, destroyers and defenders of the Amazon. London; New York, NY, Verso.

Kellert, S. R. and E. O. Wilson (1993). The Biophilia hypothesis. Washington, D.C., Island Press.

Leopold, A. (2001). A sand county almanac: with essays on conservation. New York, Oxford University Press.

Leopold, A., S. Flader, et al. (1991). The river of the mother of God and other essays. Madison, Wis., University of Wisconsin Press.

Lesser, W. (1998). Sustainable use of genetic resources under the Convention on Biological Diversity: exploring access and benefit sharing issues / W. Lesser. New York, CAB International.

Maser, C. (1990). The redesigned forest. Toronto, Canada, Stoddart.

Maser, C. (1997). Sustainable forestry: philosophy, science, and economics. Boca Raton, Fla., St. Lucie Press. [online]

Maser, C. and W. Smith (2000). Forest certification in sustainable development: healing the landscape. Boca Raton, Lewis Publishers. [online]

Melchias, G. (2001). Biodiversity and conservation. Enfield, N.H., Science.

Parikh, J. and H. Datye, Eds. (2003). Sustainable management of wetlands: biodiversity and beyond. Thousand Oaks, CA, Sage Publications.

Perrings, C. and Biodiversity Programme. (1994). Biodiversity conservation: problems and policies. Dordrecht; Boston, Kluwer Academic.

Reid, W. V. (1993). "Bioprospecting: a force for sustainable development." Environmental Science & Technology 27(9): 1730-1732.

Reij, C., I. Scoones, et al. (1996). Sustaining the soil: indigenous soil and water conservation in Africa. London, Earthscan Publications.

Sandlund, O. T., K. Hindar, et al. (1992). Conservation of biodiversity for sustainable development. Oslo, Norway, Scandinavian University Press.

Smith, R. L. (1972). The ecology of man: an ecosystem approach. New York, Harper & Row.

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