Planning for the planet : environmental expertise and the international union for conservation of nature and natural resources, 1960-1980 / Simone Schleper.
- New York : Berghahn Books 2019.
- The environment in history : international perspectives ; volume 16
1 volume ; 23 cm.
- Nature conservation -- International cooperation -- History -- 20th century.
Environmental protection -- International cooperation -- History -- 20th century.
Environmental protection -- International cooperation.
Nature conservation -- International cooperation.
- "During the 1960s and 1970s, rapidly growing environmental awareness and concern created unprecedented demand for ecological expertise and novel challenges for ecological advocacy groups such as the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN). This book reveals how, despite their vast scientific knowledge and their attempts to incorporate socially relevant themes, IUCN experts inevitably struggled to make global schemes for nature conservation a central concern for UNESCO, UNEP and other intergovernmental organizations"-- Provided by publisher.
- Old hands, pastures new: IUCN and the new environmental age
Classifying ecosystems: The International Biological Program, 1964-1974
Expertise and diplomacy: systems politics at the UN Stockholm Conference, 1972
Nature's value: The fault lines behind the World Conservation Strategy, 1975-1980.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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