[Epub] Forests: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) By Jaboury Ghazoul – Tactical-player.co.uk

Forests: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) Since The Dawn Of Human Civilization, Forests Have Provided Us With Food, Resources, And Energy The History Of Human Development Is Also One Of Forest Loss And Transformation, And Yet Even In Our Increasingly Urbanized Societies We Remain Surprisingly Dependent On Forests For A Wide Range Of Goods And Services Moreover, Forests Still Retain A Remarkable Hold On Our Environmental Values In An Era Of Continuing Tropical Deforestation And Temperate Forest Resurgence, And In The Midst Of Uncertainties Of Climate And Land Use Changes, It Is Important Than Ever To Understand What Forests Are, How They Contribute To Our Livelihoods, And How They Underpin Our Cultural Histories And Futures In This Very Short Introduction Jaboury Ghazoul Explores Our Contrasting Interactions With Forests, As Well As Their Origins, Dynamics, And The Range Of Goods And Services They Provide To Human Society Ghazoul Concludes With An Examination Of The Recent History Of Deforestation, Transitions To Reforestation, And The Future Outlook For Forests Particularly In The Context Of Expected Climate Change ABOUT THE SERIES The Very Short Introductions Series From Oxford University Press Contains Hundreds Of Titles In Almost Every Subject Area These Pocket Sized Books Are The Perfect Way To Get Ahead In A New Subject Quickly Our Expert Authors Combine Facts, Analysis, Perspective, New Ideas, And Enthusiasm To Make Interesting And Challenging Topics Highly Readable


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5 thoughts on “Forests: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions)

  1. says:

    This book is about dragging forests into politics While it does discuss some forestry product businesses, it ignores the important paper industry It does not provide any figures on the scales of related industries, which would have been useful A section on the features, benefits and uses of different timbers would also have added interest.The book strangely refutes the fact that fores


  2. says:

    Plenty of great information here I am not an expert on forests and not a scientist, but interested in forests in terms of their relationship with humans and history, which this book is very good on It does go into some of the science, but not in a lot of detail of course, for such a short book Yet the science contained is helpful and well explained, including descriptions of various typ


  3. says:

    Great book, concise but packed full of information Incidentally also made from forest.


  4. says:

    This is the perfect size for your handbag packed full of interesting information.


  5. says:

    Great book great quality


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