b'33The Environmental Debate: FOURTH EDITIONA Documentary History with Timeline, Glossary & Appendices EDITIONBEST SELLER!CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title(First Edition)Highly recommended for undergraduates and up. CHOICE THEThe book, with its broad array of perspectives, will be a welcome resourceENVIRONMENTALfor students wishing to explore controversial environmental issues from as DEBATEmany different angles as possible. A Documentary HistoryAbstracts of Public Administration, Development, and Environment with Timeline, Glossary and Appendices This unique collection of over 200 Primary Documents examines the evolution of concern about environmental degradation, pollution, climate change, and resource conservation in America from the Colonial period to the present. This fourth edition is filled with important updates and coverage of documents published from 2017 to 2023 that discuss current thoughts on climate change, environmental reform, toxic chemicals, sustainable energy, gas drilling, oil pipelines, energy demand, clean energy, land management, marine life, and more. Detailed Historical Introductions begin each chapter and precede each primary document, to providea context for analyzing each document and will help readers better understand the various standstaken in debates over how, why, and if our environment needs to be protected.Documents include the writings of naturalists, conservationists, scientists, philosophers, lawyers, judges, politicians, sociologists, artists and poets, as well as data from government reports, federal, state, and local legislation, and court cases to provide balanced coverage. An in-depth General Introduction gives the reader a clear, succinct overview of the extremelycomplex environmental issues covered in this resource. GREY HOUSE PUBLISHINGAdditional materials include Significant Dates in American Environmental History, Major NationalEnvironmental Organizations, a detailed Glossary, Sources for Further Reading and an Index.The Environmental Debate offers unequaled coverage of one of the most debated topics in American history. This updated fourth edition, with its broad array of perspectives, will be a welcome resource for students wishing to explore controversial environmental issues from as many different angles as possible.Fourth Edition|August 2023|450 pages|Hardcover|ISBN 978-1-63700-558-3|$165 Includes Free Online Access on the Salem Press/Grey House PlatformU.S. Land & Natural Resources Policy ENVIRONMENTHistory | Debates | On-Going Issues | Primary Documents THIRD EDITION.a valuable source for upper-division undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty.CHOICEAnyone concerned with the future, especially policy makers and environmental studies students, will find this book a valuable resource and reference.ARBAThis third edition provides a comprehensive overview of the policy debates surrounding U.S. public lands and the natural resources they contain. It traces the origin and evolution of policy, explores natural resources and land policy regulations and deregulations, and debates the future direction of land and natural resources policy. Individual chapters examine the Politics of Public Lands, the tension between Preservation andConsumptive Use, the History & Evolution of Public Lands, Major Provisions of Federal Public Landsand Natural Resource Laws, thoughtful coverage of the Key Issues, including Endangered Species, Forests, Grazing, Mining, Water, Parks & Wilderness and the Ongoing Debate about Public Lands andNatural Resources. An expanded Primary Documents section provides an exploration of more than 30 sources, includingcurrent articles, debates and court cases. National & State Data, Maps & Rankings provides detailed statistical data including landdesignations, land use, natural resources, national parks & landmarks. State by state EnergySummaries and Maps provide the reader with additional background information.Policy Contacts & Industry Resources highlight data on the Department of the Interior with a helpfulOrganizational Chart along with detailed profiles of important DOI agencies and their regional offices.Additional sections include Industry Resources, an Historical Timeline, an appendix of U.S. Land Acts & Laws, Glossary, Bibliography, and a Cumulative Index.This resource will be an important tool for policymakers, environmental studies students, and anyone concerned with the future of our public lands and natural resources.A must-have source for all environmental science collections, universities, and public libraries.Third Edition|August 2018|1,334 pages|Hardcover|ISBN 978-1-68217-729-7|$165 Includes Free Online Access on the Salem Press/Grey House PlatformeBooks are also available - visit www.greyhouse.com for more information(800) 562-2139 GET ONLINE ACCESS WITH YOUR PRINT BUY! www.greyhouse.com2022-493 Grey House Spring 2023 Catalog R4.indd 33 2023-01-06 12:19 PM'