Environmental Change in Australia Since 1788
This study reviews the environmental changes that have occurred in Australia since European settlement. It discusses the history of changing attitudes towards the natural environment in Australia and the problems of assessing change.
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Changing Views of the Australian Environment
Assessing Changes in the Australian Environment since 1788
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Algo nuevo bajo el sol: historia medioambiental del mundo en el siglo XX
John Robert McNeill
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