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Paradise Lost? The Ecological Economics of Biodiversity
Our well-being - even our existence - depends on ecological systems and biological diversity. Ecologists and economists alike recognise that loss of biodiversity is one of the most serious problems the world faces yet their narrow, conventional approaches often fail to grasp all the implications of the problem. New, interdisciplinary thinking is required to safeguard both us and the biosphere from the effects of species extinction.
(This is a 2009 reprint of the 2004 original, hardback only)