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Books on natural history and the environment, including ornithology, environmental studies and biographies of famous naturalists.

Birds

Birds:

The Paintings of Terance James Bond

By Terance James Bond

The remarkable talent of this distinguished artist is shown to full advantage in his study of birds of the world.

Print Leatherbound
ISBN: 9780718827922
£128.25
Birds of CITES

Birds of CITES:

And How to Identify Them

By Johannes Erritzoe

A compendium of birds under threat throughout the world, providing a beautifully illustrated reference guide to the threatened species listed by CITES. Illustrated by Johannes Erritzoe and Helga Boullet Erritzoe.

Print Hardback
ISBN: 9780718828912
£50.25
The Book of the Toad

The Book of the Toad:

A Natural and Magical History of Toad-Human Relations

By Robert DeGraaff

A fascinating exploration of the toad, establishing the scientific facts and investigating its role in art, literature and folklore.

Print Paperback
ISBN: 9780718828417
£21.75
Charles Waterton

Charles Waterton:

A Biography

By Brian Edginton

The first complete biography of the 19th-century explorer, naturalist and satirist, who discovered curare and created the world's first nature reserve.

Print Hardback
ISBN: 9780718829247
£30.50
The Environmental Dimensions of Islam

The Environmental Dimensions of Islam

By Mawil Izzi Dien

An important book highlighting the distinctive Islamic contribution to the environmental debate, challenging preconceived attitudes towards the natural world.

Print Hardback
ISBN: 9780718829605
£39.00
Exploring Earthiness

Exploring Earthiness:

The Reality and Perception of Being Human Today

By Anne Primavesi

A rigorous critique of how pervasive anthropocentrism is leading towards environmental ruin, offering an Earth-focussed vision of what it is to be human.

Print Paperback
ISBN: 9780718893392
£18.00

PDF eBook
ISBN: 9780718842246
£14.50 + VAT
Green Politics is Eutopian

Green Politics is Eutopian

By Paul Gilk

A thought-provoking critique of the utopian underpinnings of global civilisation, offering a eutopian Green challenge to conventional environmentalist ideas.

Print Paperback
ISBN: 9780718891831
£21.25

PDF eBook
ISBN: 9780718842895
£17.75 + VAT
Green Witness

Green Witness:

Ecology, Ethics, and the Kingdom of God

By Laura Ruth Yordy

An inspiring contribution to the theology of environmentalism which places the Christian duty of care towards God's creation in an eschatological context.

Print Paperback
ISBN: 9780718892210
£19.75

PDF eBook
ISBN: 9780718842901
£16.25 + VAT
The Nature of Environmental Stewardship

The Nature of Environmental Stewardship:

Understanding Creation Care Solutions to Environmental Problems

By Johnny Wei-Bing Lin

An evangelical analysis of the debate over environmental ethics, offering a guide for navigating the complex problems and the diversity of views.

Print Paperback
ISBN: 9780718894672
£24.95

PDF eBook
ISBN: 9780718845360
£21.45 + VAT
Nature's Interpreter

Nature's Interpreter:

The Life and Times of Alexander von Humboldt

By Donald McCrory

An important new biography of the scientist and explorer Alexander von Humboldt, based on the most recent research and scholarship.

Print Paperback
ISBN: 9780718892319
£24.25
Of Seas and Ships and Scientists

Of Seas and Ships and Scientists:

The Remarkable History of the UK's National Institute of Oceanography, 1949–1973

By Anthony Laughton, John Gould, 'Tom' Tucker and Howard Roe (editors)

A fascinating inside account of the founding, the history and the discoveries of the UK's pioneering National Institute of Oceanography.

Print Paperback
ISBN: 9780718892302
£27.00
The Threatened Gene

The Threatened Gene:

Food, Politics, and the Loss of Genetic Diversity

By Cary Fowler and Pat Mooney

An examination of the potential environmental catastrophe caused by the loss of genetic diversity in agriculture, tracing the development and loss of diversity.

Print Paperback
ISBN: 9780718828301
£20.25
What in God's Name Are You Eating?

What in God's Name Are You Eating?:

How Can Christians Live and Eat Responsibly in Today's Global Village?

By Andrew Francis

An exploration of the Christian response to the issues of food and diet in today's world, from health and environment to animal rights and economic justice.

Print Paperback
ISBN: 9780718893811
£18.00

PDF eBook
ISBN: 9780718843465
£14.50 + VAT
Imagist Dialogues
Imagist Dialogues (PB)
By Michael Copp (editor)
£32.75 £29.48
Religion in the Anthropocene
Religion in the Anthropocene (PB)
By Celia Deane-Drummond, Sigurd Bergmann and Markus Vogt (editors)
£30.00