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Comprehensive look at the world's most diverse tropical rain forests. Equally visual and informative, this book features both stunning photography and detailed texts. A meaningful gift for anyone with an interest in nature, animals, travel, and more. Foreword by Ruth Eichhorn, GEO Photo Editor-at Large
Beyond the Map (from the author of Off the Map): Unruly enclaves, ghostly places, emerging lands and our search for new utopias
The world's unruly places, unmarked on any official map, are multiplying and changing fast. Alastair Bonnet presents the stories of these extraordinary places, all of which will challenge the very concept of place.
Situating the rule of law through the complex dynamics of law, politics, institutions and international relations in ASEAN and its member states, this work appeals to a wide readership such as academics, students and practitioners, and readers will find it to be a useful introductory text to the rule of...
By Barry Smith
Revealing the most fascinating stories of Earth's half a million islands, this book considers the unique geography, politics and economics of islands and their cultures. It traces their singular place in literature, religion and philosophy, and disentangles the myths and the facts to reveal why islands exert an insistent grip...
By Max Leonard
Why do road cyclists go to the mountains? Blending adventure and travel writing with the rich narrative of pro racing, Max Leonard takes the reader from the battles that created the Alpine roads to the shepherds tending their flocks on the peaks, and to a Grand Tour climax on the...
A captivating nature memoir telling the story of Britain's Green Belt, our national obsession with the countryside, and the author's childhood.
From one of our greatest science writers, this biography of a beech-and-bluebell wood through diverse moods and changing seasons combines stunning natural history with the ancient history of the countryside to tell the full story of the British landscape.
By Will Ashon
In litter-strewn Epping Forest on the edge of London, might a writer find that magical moment of transcendence? He will certainly discover filthy graffiti and frightening dogs, as well as world-renowned artists and fading celebrities, robbers, lovers, ghosts and poets. But will he find himself? Or a version of himself...