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50 most recently added files index

Free Range Library indexes last updated 04:17, 22/12/2016

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Land Rights, Countryside and Nature

The "Land Rights, Countryside and Nature" library area hosts a range of resources related to nature, development, and land rights & access, and the ecological impacts of human development. All these are related; taken together, our approach to development, land rights and nature is the baseline of the human relationship to the environment we inhabit.

This is the 'date-ordered' files listing for this category. To view the index ordered by he file ID name, click here. For a list of the most recent 30 files added to this category, click here.

Free Range Library indexes last updated 04:17, 22/12/2016

Files list ordered by publication date (73 files):

'morgan2016'
1/73
Fracked: Coal seam gas extraction and farmers’ mental health, Journal of Environmental Psychology, vol.47 pp.22-32, September 2016

'lwa2016'
2/73
Equality In The Countryside: A Rural Manifesto For The Parliamentary Opposition, The Land Magazine, The Land Worker's Alliance, The Family Farmer's Association, 06/01/2016

'langford2015'
3/73
Growing Better Lives: peace, quiet, and yurts, The Lancet Psychiatry, vol.2 no.8 p685-686, August 2015

'ceballos2015'
4/73
Accelerated modern human-induced species losses: Entering the sixth mass extinction, Science Advances, vol.1 no.5, 05/06/2015

'arc2014'
5/73
Green Pilgrimage Network: A Handbook for Faith Leaders, Cities, Towns and Pilgrims (2014), The Alliance of Religions and Conservation, October 2014

'hclibbyelaws2014'
6/73
Local authority byelaws, House of Commons Library, 10/06/2014

'neimark2014'
7/73
The camping cure: Living outside changes you, Aeon Magazine, 22/01/2014

'unepland2014'
8/73
Assessing Global Land Use: Balancing Consumption With Sustainable Supply, United Nations Environment Programme, January 2014

'unepglu20142'
9/73
Assessing Global Land Use: Balancing Consumption With Sustainable Supply – Summary, United Nations Environment Programme, January 2014

'unepglu20141'
10/73
Assessing Global Land Use: Balancing Consumption With Sustainable Supply, United Nations Environment Programme, January 2014

'poole2013'
11/73
'I care more about this place, because I fought for it': exploring the political ecology of fracking in an ethnographic field school, Journal of Environmental Studies, vol.4 pp.37-46, 11/09/2013

'lutz2013'
12/73
The Environmental Price Tag on a Ton of Mountaintop Removal Coal, PLOS ONE, vol.8 no.9 id.e73203, 11/09/2013

'dclg2013'
13/73
Planning practice guidance for onshore oil and gas, Department for Communities and Local Government, July 2013

'derijke20133'
14/73
The Agri-Gas Fields of Australia: Black Soil, Food, and Unconventional Gas, Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment, vol.35 no.1 pp.41-53, June 2013

'manno2013'
15/73
Introduction by the Onondaga Nation and activist neighbors of an indigenous perspective on issues surrounding hydrofracking in the Marcellus Shale, Journal of Environmental Studies, vol.4 pp.47-55, 29/05/2013

'wrigba2013'
16/73
The Great Balancing Act, World Resources Institute, May 2013

'bocharova2013'
17/73
Correlates between Feeding Ecology and Mercury Levels in Historical and Modern Arctic Foxes, Plos One, vol.8 no.5, May 2013

'gladwell2013'
18/73
The great outdoors: how a green exercise environment can benefit all, Extreme Physiology & Medicine, vol.2 no.3, 03/01/2013

'deccshale2012'
19/73
The Unconventional Hydrocarbon Resources of Britain's Onshore Basins – Shale Gas, Department for Energy and Climate Change, December 2012

'decccbm2012'
20/73
The Unconventional Hydrocarbon Resources Of Britain's Onshore Basins – Coalbed Methane (CBM), Department for Energy and Climate Change, December 2012

'rspb2012'
21/73
Dirtier than coal?: Why Government plans to subsidise burning trees are bad news for the planet, RSPB, October 2012

'barnosky2012'
22/73
Approaching a state shift in Earth's biosphere, Nature, vol.486 pp.52-58, 07/06/2012

'nationaltrust2012'
23/73
Natural Childhood, National Trust, April 2012

'pupsotpd2012'
24/73
State of the Planet Declaration, UNCED, March 2012

'pickerill2012'
25/73
Low impact communities in Britain, University of Leicester, March 2012

'apa2012'
26/73
Psychology and Global Climate Change: Addressing a multifaceted phenomenon and set of challenges, American Psychological Association, March 2012

'masters2012'
27/73
Quakers and the Green Bible, The Friend, 24/02/2012

'loverance2012'
28/73
The pilgrimage paradox, The Friend, 24/02/2012

'unepfr2012'
29/73
21 Issues for the 21st Century: Results of the UNEP Foresight Process on Emerging Environmental Issues, United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), February 2012

'gaia2012'
30/73
Opening Pandora's Box: The New Wave of Land Grabbing by the Extractive Industries and The Devastating Impact on Earth, The Gaia Foundation, February 2012

'iiedland2012'
31/73
Land Rights and the Rush for Land: Findings of the Global Commercial Pressures on Land Research Project, The International Land Coalition, January 2012

'bambergeroswald2012'
32/73
Impacts of Gas Drilling on Human and Animal Health, New Solutions, vol.22 no.1 pp.51-77, January 2012

'cmsc2011'
33/73
Marcellus Shale: A Citizens View, Citizens Marcellus Shale Commission, October 2011

'arc2011'
34/73
Green Pilgrimage Network: A Handbook for Faith Leaders, Cities, Towns and Pilgrims (2011), The Alliance of Religions and Conservation, October 2011

'rodale2011'
35/73
The Farming Systems Trial, Rodale Institute, September 2011

'defra20112'
36/73
Natural capital: Supporting evidence and analysis to the Natural Environment White Paper – The Natural Choice, DEFRA, June 2011

'rcmp2011'
37/73
Environmental Criminal Extremism and Canada's Energy Sector, Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), 16/03/2011

'soilassociation2011'
38/73
The Lazy Man of Europe: Wake up to what Europe can teach the UK about backing organic food and farming, Soil Association, February 2011

'davis2011'
39/73
Ecopsychology, Transpersonal Psychology, and Nonduality, International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, vol.30 no.1/2 pp.137-147, 2011

'usdod2010'
40/73
Low Impact Development, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 15/11/2010

'wood2010'
41/73
Promoting the Urban Homestead: Reform of Local Land Use Laws to Allow Microlivestock on Residential Lots, Ecology Law Currents, vol.37 pp.68-77, October 2010

'decconshore2011'
42/73
The Hydrocarbon Prospectivity of Britain's Onshore Basins, Department for Energy and Climate Change, October 2010

'chatterton2010'
43/73
Everyday activism and transitions towards post-capitalist worlds, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, vol.35 no.4, October 2010

'envageucg2010'
44/73
Underground Coal Gasification, Environment Agency, August 2010

'nfer2010'
45/73
Impact of school gardening on learning – Final report submitted to the Royal Horticultural Society, National Foundation for Educational Research, April 2010

'iaast2009'
46/73
Agriculture at a Crossroads: Global Report, International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science and Technology for Development, April 2009

'naturalengland2009'
47/73
Childhood And Nature: A Survey On Changing Relationships With Nature Across Generations, Natural England, March 2009

'elmore2008'
48/73
Disappearing headwaters: patterns of stream burial due to urbanization, Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, vol.6 no.6 pp.308-312, August 2008

'pickerill20082'
49/73
From wilderness to WildCountry: the power of language in environmental campaigns in Australia, Environmental Politics, vol.17 no.1 pp.95-104, February 2008

'unfaolpb1'
50/73
Responding to the 'Livestock Revolution' – the case for livestock public policies, UN Food and Agriculture Organisation, 2008

'fairlie2007'
51/73
Can Britain Feed Itself?, The Land, vol.4, Autumn 2007

'kellykettle2007'
52/73
The Kelly Kettle, Kelly Kettle Company, December 2007

'rajagopal2007'
53/73
Challenge of biofuel: Filling the tank without emptying the stomach?, Environmental Research Letters, vol.2, 30/11/2007

'mindes2007'
54/73
Ecotherapy: The green agenda for mental health – Executive summary, Mind, May 2007

'mind2007'
55/73
Ecotherapy: The green agenda for mental health – Main report, Mind, May 2007

'guardian2007'
56/73
Springtime's foraging treats, The Guardian, January 2007

'unfaolls2006'
57/73
Livestock's Long Shadow: Environmental Issues And Options, United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation, November 2006

'pimentel2006'
58/73
Impacts of Organic Farming on the Efficiency of Energy Use in Agriculture, Organic Center, August 2006

'dclgcirc22006'
59/73
DCLG Circular 02/2006: Crown Application Of The Planning Act, Department for Communities and Local Government, 07/06/2006

'dnpa2006'
60/73
Dartmoor Commons, Dartmoor National Park Authority, June 2006

'eshelmartin2006'
61/73
Diet, Energy, and Global Warming, Earth Interactions, vol.10 no.9 pp.1-17, April 2006

'tudge2005'
62/73
Feeding people is easy: But we have to re-think the world from first principles, Public Health Nutrition, vol.8 no.6A, pp.716-723, September 2005

'pimentel2005'
63/73
Organic and Conventional Farming Systems: Environmental and Economic Issues, Cornell University, July 2005

'wsu2005'
64/73
Low Impact Development: Technical Guidance Manual For Puget Sound, Puget Sound Action Team, January 2005

'dticoal2004'
65/73
UK Coal Resource for New Exploitation Technologies, Department for Trade and Industry, October 2004

'haberl2004'
66/73
Human appropriation of net primary production and species diversity in agricultural landscapes, Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, vol.102 no.2 pp.213-218, April 2004

'ciwf2004'
67/73
The Global Benefits of Eating Less Meat, Compassion in World Farming Trust, February 2004

'cabe2004'
68/73
Is the grass greener...?: Learning from international innovations in urban green space management, Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment, 2004

'tuomisto2012'
69/73
Does organic farming reduce environmental impacts? – A meta-analysis of European research, Journal of Environmental Management, vol.112 pp.309-320, 15/12/2001

'wynkoop2009'
70/73
Low-Impact Development Design Strategies: An Integrated Design Approach, Maryland Department of Environmental Resource, June 1999

'zerzan1999'
71/73
Against Civilization – Readings & Reflections, John Zerzan, 1999

'vitousek1997'
72/73
Human Domination of Earth's Ecosystems, science, vol.277, 25/07/1997

'schwartzman1996'
73/73
Solar Communism, Science & Society, vol.60 no.3 pp.307-331, Summer 1996