Volume 81 2005

Presenting and Representing Environments

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-3813-6 (Print) 978-1-4020-3814-3 (Online)

Table of contents (13 chapters)

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    Pages 1-15

    Cross-Disciplines, Cross-Cultures: The Environment as Social Construction

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    Pages 17-32

    Environmentalism Qua Environmental Non-Government Organisations and the Contested Remapping of British Columbia’s Forests

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    Pages 33-53

    Re-Negotiating Science in Protected Areas: Grizzly Bear Conservation in the Southwest Yukon

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    Pages 55-67

    The Moorlands of England and Wales: Histories and Narratives

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    Pages 69-87

    Exploration Literature and the Canadian Environment: From Way-Finding to Ways of Representation and Reading

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    Pages 89-104

    Changing Public Participation and the Environment of Swansea East

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    Pages 105-119

    Sustaining Local Riverine Environments: The River Valleys Committee in Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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    Pages 121-135

    A Picnic in March: Media Coverage of Climate Change and Public Opinion in the United Kingdom

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    Pages 137-151

    Challenging the Negative Critique of Landscape

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    Pages 153-166

    Threatened Environments, Atrophying Cultures, Lacklustre Policies

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    Pages 167-180

    Sustaining Arctic Visions, Values and Ecosystems: Writing Inuit Identity, Reading Inuit Art in Cape Dorset, Nunavut

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    Pages 181-195

    Cultivating a New Cattle Culture: Lifelong Learning and Pasture Land Management

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    Pages 197-213

    Environmental Education and Lifelong Learning: Awareness to Action