Wilderness Areas

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Anthropocene Boosters and the Attack on Wilderness Conservation
Wuerthner, George
Article
2015
A number of academics, commentators, and groups argue that humans have so completely modified the Earth that concepts such as 'wilderness' or 'nature' have become meaningless, and that therefore there...
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Selected articles, books, websites and other resources on nature.
Green Cities: Ecologically Sound Approaches to Urban Space
Gordon, David (ed.)
Book
1990
Visions from around the world for an ecological urban model. Argues that putting wilderness in cities is good for conservation of wildlife.
The Greening of the Cities
Nicholson-Lord, David
Book
1987
Human Nature
Dowie, Mark
Article
2009
Dowie sympathizes with the view that 'wildenress' is a human creation.
Islands of Hope: Ontario's Parks and Wilderness
Labatt, Lori ; Littlejohn, Bruce
Book
1992
Protecting Canada's Endangered Spaces: An Owner's Manual
Hummel, Monte
Book
1995
Conservationist Hummel explains what needs to be done by whom and when to protect wilderness in Canada.

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Canadian Environmental Network
The Canadian Environmental Network is a neutral conduit for communications between 1500+ environmental groups in Canada. Nine regional networks also provide more regionally based networking services.
Nature Canada
To promote the understanding, appreciation and enjoyment of nature and the conservation of the environment so that the integrity of natural systems is maintained.
Western Canada Wilderness Committee
Education of the public, business and political leaders on the value and necessity of preserving Western Canada's remaining wilderness. Support groups working to preserve areas.

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A Field Guide to Eastern Forests
Kricher, John C.; Morrison, Gordon
1988
A "second-generation" field guide to the ecology of the forests and fields of eastern North America.