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Nature Conservation at the Coast (Coastal preservation and development)

Countryside Commission

Nature Conservation at the Coast (Coastal preservation and development)

by Countryside Commission

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Published by Stationery Office Books .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL7323502M
ISBN 100117004774
ISBN 109780117004771

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Another great book on this theme – and also a film. So Far I haven’t come across many books ‘telling the other side of the story’ on over-fishing – so I guess most folks are in agreement. Nature Crime: How We’re Getting Conservation Wrong. A recommendation from a reader.

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