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An Environmental History of Twentieth-Century Britain by John Sheail
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"An Environmental History of Twentieth Century Britain" provides an introduction to the policy making designed to protect and enhance the rural and urban environments of 20th-century Britain. Sheail illustrates how some of the most pressing concerns came to be recognized, and a response made. Policy making is reviewed within the wider context of a growing awareness of the role of environmental issues in the creation of wealth and social wellbeing for us all. This text should be useful reading for all those who are concerned with environmental issues in Britain.

Author Biography

JOHN SHEAIL is a Senior Principal Scientific Officer in the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (Natural Environment Research Council), and Deputy Head of its Research Site at Monks Wood. He is also external Professor of Geography at the University of Loughborough.
Release date NZ
March 11th, 2002
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
X, 306 p.
Red Globe Press
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