Why are food scares become so common? Whose voices count in decisions affecting the landscapes where we live? Will we soon be wars over water? What makes people protest outside international trade meetings? These are just a few of the questions that are explored in Contested Environments. By bringing together perspectives from science, social science, technology, and humanities, the book addresses in a uniquely interdisciplinary way why environmental issues are so often controversial.
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The book is part of a series entitled Environment: Change, Contest and Response. The series forms a significant part of an interdisciplinary Open University course on environmental matters. The other books in the series are: Understanding Environmental Issues; Changing Environments; Environmental Responses.
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Chapter Two Landscape parks wilderness
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Chapter Four Troubled waters
Chapter Five Trading with the environment
Chapter Six Environmental justice and
Chapter Seven Environmental values in environmental
Chapter Eight Making environment news
Conclusion Nick Bingham