Endangered Species: A Documentary and Reference Guide

Endangered Species: A Documentary and Reference Guide

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This book uses primary documents as a lens through which to examine historical and present-day efforts to protect endangered species in the United States and around the world. a€c Analyzes the connections between human behavior, industrialization, modernization, and public policy, and examines the impact of these factors on various species a€c Integrates a breadth of topics including economics, history, philosophy, sociology, and politics and policymaking a€c Explores historic events and major points of contention in species protection efforts a€c Suggests possible policy approaches and reforms that can make existing policies more effective in tackling the challenges of stemming species declineThe second is the 1934 Duck Stamp Act, which represents a new chapter in American views on speciesa#39; protection because it shifted ... would eventually become his highly influential a€œland ethic, a€ reported out in a collection of essays in The Sand County Almanac in 1949. ... rural areas and unoccupied public lands, the ongoing, cumulative impacts of industrialization and urbanization were xxii Introduction.

Title:Endangered Species: A Documentary and Reference Guide
Author: Edward P. Weber
Publisher:ABC-CLIO - 2016-03-21

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