Books Received: Review copies of the following books have been received from their publishers. Potential reviewers should contact Richard Haynes (rhaynes@ to obtain a review copy. Books not previously listed are in bold-faced type.



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  1. Blair, Alasdair., David, Hitchcock 2001Environment and BusinessRoutledgeLondon285+ppGoogle Scholar
  2. Brouwer, F.Ervi, D.E. eds. 2002Public Concerns, Environmental Standards and Agricultural TradeCABI PublishingOxford347+ppGoogle Scholar
  3. Buhs Joshua, Blu. 2004The Fire Ant Wars. Nature, Science, and Public Policy in Twentieth-Century AmericaThe University of Chiago PressChicago198+ppGoogle Scholar
  4. Campbell, B.M.Sayer, J.A. eds. 2003Integrated Natural Resource Management. Linking Productivity, the Environment and DevelopmentCABI PublishersCambridge, MA309+ppGoogle Scholar
  5. Cheesman Oliver, D. 2004Environmental Impacts of Sugar ProductionCABI PublishingCambridge, MA172+ppGoogle Scholar
  6. Clay, Jason. 2004World Agriculture and the Environmental. A Commodity-by-Commodity Guide to Impacts and PracticesIsland PressWashington, DC552+ppGoogle Scholar
  7. Comstock Gary, L. eds. 2002Life Science ethicsIowa State Univesity PressAmes, IA318+ppGoogle Scholar
  8. Jonge, FrancienBos, Ruudvan den eds. 2005The Human-Animal Relationship. Forever and a DayVan GorcumAssen287+PPGoogle Scholar
  9. Dent, D.R., Lomer, C. 2001The Convention on Biological Diversity and Product Commercialization in Development Assistance Projects: a Case Study of LUBILOSACABI PublishingOxford, UK36+ppGoogle Scholar
  10. Gillroy John, Martin.Joe, Bowersox eds. 2002The Moral Austerity of Environmental Decision Making. Sustainability, Democracy, and Normative Argument in Policy and LawDuke University PressDurham, NC339+ppGoogle Scholar
  11. Gold Ann, Grodzins., Bhoju Ram, Gujar. 2002In the Time of Trees and Sorrow. Nature, Power, and Memory in RajasthanDuke University PressDurham, NC323+ppGoogle Scholar
  12. Gorke, Martin. 2003The Death of our Planet’s Species. A Challenge to Ecology and EthicsIsland PressWashington, DC334+ppGoogle Scholar
  13. Greenough, Paul.Anna Lowenhaupt, Tsing. eds. 2003Nature in the Global South. Environmental Projects in South and Southeast AsiaDuke University PressDurham, NC366+ppGoogle Scholar
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  15. Krimsky, Sheldon.Peter, Shorett. eds. 2002Rights and Liberties in the Biotech Age. Why We Need a Genetic Bill of RightsRowman and LittlefieldNew York222+ppGoogle Scholar
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  17. Light, Stephen S. eds. 2004The Role of Biodiversity Conservation in the Transition to Rural SustainabilityNATO Science Series. IOS PressAmsterdam337+ppGoogle Scholar
  18. McNeely Jeffrey, A., Sara J., Scherr. 2003Ecoagriculture Strategies to Feed the World and Save Wild BiodiversityIsland PressWashington, DC266+ppGoogle Scholar
  19. Mirovitskaya, Natalia.William, Ascher. eds. 2001Guide to Sustainable Development and Environmental PolicyDuke University PressDurham, NC352+ppGoogle Scholar
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  21. Nestle, Marion. 2003Safe Food. Bacteria, Biotechnology, and BioterrorismUniversity of California PressBerkeley, CA(PAPER, 2004). 275+ppGoogle Scholar
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  26. Ridgeway, James. 2004It’s All for SaleThe Control of Global Resources. Dule University PressDurham, NC209+ppGoogle Scholar
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  28. Slater, Candace. eds. 2004In Search of the RainforestDuke University PressDurham, NC304+ppGoogle Scholar
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  30. Stone Roger, D., Caludia, D’Andrea. 2001Tropical Forests and the Human SpiritUniversity of California PressBerkeley273+ppGoogle Scholar
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