This book will prove a fascinating read for researchers, academics, organisations and specialists in a wide range of fields including: bird conservation and wildlife protection, environmental law and policy, global governance, regionalism ...
Author: Robert Boardman
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
Category: Political Science
This book will prove a fascinating read for researchers, academics, organisations and specialists in a wide range of fields including: bird conservation and wildlife protection, environmental law and policy, global governance, regionalism and transborder c.
Science and politics are closely connected in today's global environmental issues. This book focuses on these links in relation to climate change, the threats to wildlife species, and natural hazards and disasters.
Author: R. Boardman
Category: Political Science
Science and politics are closely connected in today's global environmental issues. This book focuses on these links in relation to climate change, the threats to wildlife species, and natural hazards and disasters. Study of these reveals the need for more effective international cooperation and the limits of global governance.
Conclusions This survey of international measures for the conservation of birds not only reflects the ... R. Boardman, The International Politics of Bird Conservation (Edward Elgar, 2006) G. C. Boere, C. A. Galbraith and D.A. Stroud ...
Author: Michael Bowman
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The development of international wildlife law has been one of the most significant exercises in international law-making during the last fifty years. This second edition of Lyster's International Wildlife Law coincides with both the UN Year of Biological Diversity and the twenty-fifth anniversary of Simon Lyster's first edition. The risk of wildlife depletion and species extinction has become even greater since the 1980s. This new edition provides a clear and authoritative analysis of the key treaties which regulate the conservation of wildlife and habitat protection, and of the mechanisms available to make them work. The original text has also been significantly expanded to include analysis of the philosophical and welfare considerations underpinning wildlife protection, the cross-cutting themes of wildlife and trade, and the impact of climate change and other anthropogenic interferences with species and habitat. Lyster's International Wildlife Law is an indispensable reference work for scholars, practitioners and policy-makers alike.
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R Boardman, The International Politics of Bird Conservation (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2006); J Wilson, 'Institutional Interplay and Effectiveness: Assessing Efforts to Conserve Western Hemisphere Shorebirds' (2008) 8 International ...
Author: Margaretha Wewerinke-Singh
This volume examines environmental law and governance in the Pacific, focusing on the emerging challenges this region faces. The Pacific is home to some of the world’s most astonishing biological and cultural diversity. At the same time, Pacific Island nations are economically and technically under-resourced in the face of tremendous environmental challenges. Destructive weather events, ocean acidification, mining, logging, overfishing, and pollution increasingly degrade ecosystems and affect fishing, farming, and other cultural practices of Pacific Islanders. Accordingly, there is an urgent need to understand and analyse the role of law and governance in responding to these pressures in the Pacific. Drawing on academic and practitioner expertise from the Pacific region, as well as Europe and the United States, this unique collection navigates the major environmental law and governance challenges of the present and future of the Pacific. Environmental Law and Governance in the Pacific discusses 21 Pacific Island countries and territories, including Cook Islands, Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, and Samoa, and a broad range of themes, such as deep-sea mining, wetlands and mangroves, heritage, endangered species, human rights, and access to justice, are addressed, thus providing a comprehensive and state-of-the-art overview of environmental law and governance within specific jurisdictions as well as across the Pacific region as a whole. This volume will be essential reading for students and scholars interested in environmental law and governance in the Pacific region, as well as policy-makers, practitioners and NGOs involved in the development and implementation of environmental law and policy.
Interactions between Global and Regional Regimes Erik J. Molenaar, Alex G. Oude Elferink, Donald R. Rothwell ... R. boardman The International Politics of Bird Conservation (Edward Elgar, Cheltenham: 2006); Trouwborst, note 2.
Author: Erik J. Molenaar
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
The Law of the Sea and the Polar Regions: Interactions between Global and Regional Regimes examines regional regimes for the Arctic and Antarctic on among others science, maritime security, marine-protected areas, fisheries & shipping, by means of common research questions; thus enabling overall synthesis and identification of differences, similarities, and trends.
Rural History 11(1) (2000), 57–73; R. Boardman, The International Politics of Bird Conservation: Biodiversity, Regionalism and Global Governance (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2006), 39–40. 41 On food scarcity after the First ...
Author: Richard P. Tucker
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This anthology surveys the ecological impacts of the First World War. Editors Richard P. Tucker, Tait Keller, J. R. McNeill, and Martin Schmidt bring together a list of experienced authors who explore the global interactions of states, armies, civilians, and the environment during the war. They show how the First World War ushered in enormous environmental changes, including the devastation of rural and urban environments, the consumption of strategic natural resources such as metals and petroleum, the impact of war on urban industry, and the disruption of agricultural landscapes leading to widespread famine. Taking a global perspective, Environmental Histories of the First World War presents the ecological consequences of the vast destructive power of the new weaponry and the close collaboration between militaries and civilian governments taking place during this time, showing how this war set trends for the rest of the century.
His books include Governance of Earth Systems: Science and its Uses (2010), The International Politics of Bird Conservation: Biodiversity, Regionalism and Global Governance (2006), and The Political Economy of Nature: Environmental ...
Author: Finn Laursen
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
Category: Political Science
Tracing the evolution of federalist theory and the EU, this book brings together a distinguished array of experts from around the world to debate the pros and cons of treating the EU in a comparative context. Contributors ask whether a constitutional equilibrium has been reached in the EU, and examine policymaking in areas such as employment, health, environment, security, and migration.
The international politics of bird conservation: biodiversity, regionalism and global governance. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. Bowman, M. 1999. International treaties and the global protection of birds: part I. Journal of Environmental Law ...
Author: Andrew L.R. Jackson
The Natura 2000 network of protected areas is the centrepiece of European Union nature policy, currently covering almost one-fifth of the EU’s entire land territory plus large marine areas. This vast EU-wide network, which aims to conserve Europe’s most valuable and threatened species and habitats, has major impacts on land use throughout all Member States of the EU. This book critically assesses the origins and implementation of the Natura 2000 network, established under the Birds Directive of 1979 and the Habitats Directive of 1992. Based on original archival research and interviews with key participants, the book records a detailed history of the origins and negotiation of Natura 2000 policy and law, with the history of EU environmental policy provided as a framework. An historical institutionalist approach is adopted, which emphasises the importance of understanding legal and policy development as processes that unfold over time. Three phases in the history of EU environmental policy are identified and described, and the history of EU nature policy is placed within the context of these three phases. Informed by this history, the author presents a comprehensive summary and assessment of the law and policy that protects Natura 2000 sites at EU level, and reviews the nature conservation outcomes for the targeted species and habitats. The book reveals how a knowledge of the history of Natura 2000 enriches our understanding of key issues such as conflicts in establishing and conserving the Natura 2000 network, EU integration in the field of nature conservation, and the future of EU nature policy.
Tensionsinthe strugglefor sexual minority rights in Europe: Que(e)rying political practices. Manchester, England: Manchester University ... The international politics of bird conservation: Biodiversity, regionalism andglobal governance.
Author: Jesper Stromback
Category: Business & Economics
Political Public Relations maps and defines this emerging field, bringing together scholars from various disciplines—political communication, public relations and political science—to explore the area in detail. The volume connects differing schools of thought, bringing together theoretical and empirical investigations, and defines a field that is becoming increasingly important and prominent. It offers an international orientation, as the field of political public relations must be studied in the context of various political and communication systems to be fully understood. As a singular contribution to scholarship in public relations and political communication, this work fills a significant gap in the existing literature, and is certain to influence future theory and research.
The International Politics of Bird Conservation: Biodiversity, Regionalism and Global Governance. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2006. Boileau, Joanna. Chinese Market Gardening in Australia and New Zealand: Gardens of Prosperity.
Author: Emily O'Gorman
Publisher: University of Washington Press
In the name of agriculture, urban growth, and disease control, humans have drained, filled, or otherwise destroyed nearly 87 percent of the world’s wetlands over the past three centuries. Unintended consequences include biodiversity loss, poor water quality, and the erosion of cultural sites, and only in the past few decades have wetlands been widely recognized as worth preserving. Emily O’Gorman asks, What has counted as a wetland, for whom, and with what consequences? Using the Murray-Darling Basin—a massive river system in eastern Australia that includes over 30,000 wetland areas—as a case study and drawing on archival research and original interviews, O’Gorman examines how people and animals have shaped wetlands from the late nineteenth century to today. She illuminates deeper dynamics by relating how Aboriginal peoples acted then and now as custodians of the landscape, despite the policies of the Australian government; how the movements of water birds affected farmers; and how mosquitoes have defied efforts to fully understand, let alone control, them. Situating the region’s history within global environmental humanities conversations, O’Gorman argues that we need to understand wetlands as socioecological landscapes in order to create new kinds of relationships with and futures for these places.
The International Politics of Bird Conservation: Biodiversity, Regionalism PETHICK-LAWRENCE, Emmeline. My Part in and Global Governance (Cheltenham, Edward a Changing World (Victor Gollancz, 1938). Elgar, 2006). PRICE, Julius Mendes.
Author: Tessa Boase
Publisher: Aurum Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
ETTA LEMON: THE WOMAN WHO SAVED THE BIRDS is the story of a pioneering conservationist who led the campaign against the slaughter of wild birds for extravagantly feathered hats and coaxed the world to care for birds.
International Relations and Globalisation in the 21st Century Jeffrey Haynes, Peter Hough, Shahin Malik, ... major nature conservation scheme Royal Society for the Protection of Birds in Great Britain becomes world's first conservation ...
Author: Jeffrey Haynes
Category: Political Science
From the war on terror to the global financial crisis, traditional concepts of world politics are being challenged on a daily basis. In these uncertain times, the study of international relations and the forces that shape them have never been more important. Written specifically for students who are approaching this subject for the first time, World Politics is the most accessible, coherent and up-to-date account of the field available. It covers the historical backdrop to today’s political situations, the complex interactions of states and non-state actors, the role of political economy, human security in all its forms, and the ways in which culture, religion and identity influence events. World Politics takes a new approach that challenges traditional interpretations, and will equip students with the knowledge and the confidence needed to tackle the big issues.
International Organization and the Conservation of Nature. London: Macmillan, 1981. Boardman, Robert. The International Politics of Bird Conservation: Biodiversity, Regionalism and Global Governance. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2006.
Author: Raf De Bont
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press
Nature’s Diplomats explores the development of science-based and internationally conceived nature protection in its foundational years before the 1960s, the decade when it launched from obscurity onto the global stage. Raf De Bont studies a movement while it was still in the making and its groups were still rather small, revealing the geographies of the early international preservationist groups, their social composition, self-perception, ethos, and predilections, their ideals and strategies, and the natures they sought to preserve. By examining international efforts to protect migratory birds, the threatened European bison, and the mountain gorilla in the interior of the Belgian Congo, Nature’s Diplomats sheds new light on the launch of major international organizations for nature protection in the aftermath of World War II. Additionally, it covers how the rise of ecological science, the advent of the Cold War, and looming decolonization forced a rethinking of approach and rhetoric; and how old ideas and practices lingered on. It provides much-needed historical context for present-day convictions about and approaches to the preservation of species and the conservation of natural resources, the involvement of local communities in conservation projects, the fate of extinct species and vanished habitats, and the management of global nature.
Conserving Birds in Britain and Germany Stefan Bargheer. Bijker, Wiebe E. 1995. ... BirdLife International 2010. “BirdLife Partners. ... The International Politics of Bird Conservation: Biodiversity, Regionalism and Global Governance.
Author: Stefan Bargheer
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Category: Social Science
At the center of Stefan Bargheer’s account of bird watching, field ornithology, and nature conservation in Britain and Germany stands the question of how values change over time and how individuals develop moral commitments. Using life history data derived from written narratives and oral histories, Moral Entanglements follows the development of conservation from the point in time at which the greatest declines in bird life took place to the current efforts in large-scale biodiversity conservation and environmental policy within the European Union. While often depicted as the outcome of an environmental revolution that has taken place since the 1960s, Bargheer demonstrates to the contrary that the relevant practices and institutions that shape contemporary conservation have evolved gradually since the early nineteenth century. Moral Entanglements further shows that the practices and institutions in which bird conservation is entangled differ between the two countries. In Britain, birds derived their meaning in the context of the game of bird watching as a leisure activity. Here birds are now, as then, the most popular and best protected taxonomic group of wildlife due to their particularly suitable status as toys in a collecting game, turning nature into a playground. In Germany, by contrast, birds were initially part of the world of work. They were protected as useful economic tools, rendering services of ecological pest control in a system of agricultural production modeled after the factory shop floor. Based on this extensive analysis, Bargheer formulates a sociology of morality informed by a pragmatist theory of value.
Boardman R (2005) The international politics of bird conservation: biodiversity, regionalism and global governance. Elgar, Northampton Brandt A, Gooday AJ, Brand SJ, Brix S, Broekeland W, Cedhagen T, Choudhury M, Cornelius N, Danis B, ...
Author: Falk Huettmann
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
The Arctic, the Antarctic, and the Hindu Kush-Himalayas form a trio of terrains sometimes called “the three poles”. Mainly composed of rock, snow, and ice, these precious regions, which are home to many unique species such as the polar bear, the emperor penguin, and the snow leopard, contain the primary water resource of this planet and directly shape our climate. This book presents a first-ever global assessment and progressive review of the three poles and demonstrates the urgent need for their protection. Sins of the past have irrevocably harmed and threatened many of the unique qualities of these regions, and the future looks bleak with the global population forecast to reach 9 billion by 2060, and with climate change on the rise. Presented here is a wide-reaching and coherent overview of the three poles’ biodiversity, habitats, and ongoing destruction. Failed protection and social targets set by the United Nations and other bodies are exposed while economic growth, unconstrained or inappropriate development, and urban sprawl are promoted unabated. Polar regions play a major role in the global agenda as they are rich in oil and other resources, marking them for contamination, overfishing, and further degradation. Tourism in the Antarctic has benefited from enlightened self-regulation, but there are signs that this is changing, too. The chapters of this book are written by experts in their fields, and their evidence leaves no doubt that we already live beyond our carrying capacity on a finite but decaying space. A global protection role model and several outlook scenarios are proposed to help set in motion polar protection priorities that are actually valid. Humanity has demonstrated through international treaties such as the Antarctic Treaty and the Madrid Protocol that we can put the interests of the planet as a whole first. This must become the norm, not the exception.
The regime used the research data prepared by the conservation bloc as they saw fit and avoided major ... The International Politics of Bird Conservation: Biodiversity, Regionalism, and Global Governance (Northampton, Mass.
Author: Scott Moranda
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
An exploration of East German tourist practices of the 1970s and 1980s provides new insight into the country’s environmental politics
R. Boardman, The International Politics of Bird Conservation: Biodiversity, Regionalism and Global Governance (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2006), 288 pp., £65 hb. ISBN 1845424034 T. J. Farnham, Saving Nature's Legacy: Origins of the Idea ...
Author: Thijs Etty
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Academics and students will find a wealth of information in the stimulating and clearly written articles. The well-structured and reliable annual surveys are specifically designed to provide easy access to the very latest developments in EU environmental law.
Available at https://www.spiegel.de/international/zeitgeist/scientists-aim-to-bring-the-passenger-pig eon-back-from-extinction-a-893744.html. Accessed July 4, 2019. Boardman, R. 2006. The International politics of bird conservation.
Author: Bernice Bovenkerk
Publisher: Springer Nature
This Open Access book brings together authoritative voices in animal and environmental ethics, who address the many different facets of changing human-animal relationships in the Anthropocene. As we are living in complex times, the issue of how to establish meaningful relationships with other animals under Anthropocene conditions needs to be approached from a multitude of angles. This book offers the reader insight into the different discussions that exist around the topics of how we should understand animal agency, how we could take animal agency seriously in farms, urban areas and the wild, and what technologies are appropriate and morally desirable to use regarding animals. This book is of interest to both animal studies scholars and environmental ethics scholars, as well as to practitioners working with animals, such as wildlife managers, zookeepers, and conservation biologists.
5-8125-0845-3 The international politics of bird conservation : biodiversity , regionalism and global governance by R Boardman . Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd. , Cheltenham , 2006. x + 265pp . 1-84542-403-4 Ostoje ptaków o znaczeniu ...
He has researched and published in the field of Australian foreign relations and is currently an honorary research ... areas are the international politics of Antarctica, political leadership and the politics of bird conservation.
Author: Marcus G. Haward
Publisher: UNSW Press
Category: Antarctic Treaty system
The Antarctic Treaty, which is at the heart of the regime that covers the vast region of sea and land surrounding the South Pole, has been in force for 50 years. Australia and the Antarctic Treaty System examines Australia's crucial contribution, past and present, within the system of cooperative governance established by the Antarctic Treaty. The Antarctic Treaty System has been a notably successful international collaboration that has fostered scientific discovery, environmental protection and - most of all - peace, while enabling national interest and endeavour. Australia claims 42% of the.