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Common Ground: The Sharing of Land and Landscapes for Sustainability

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Author: Mark Everard
Subjects: Ecology & Environment, Sustainability
Condition: Good
Publisher: Zed Books
Published: 2011
Paperback, 224 pages
A must-read for anyone concerned about the sustainability of the landscapes that support us.'
Jim Longhurst, Assistant Vice Chancellor, University of the West of England

'Few people have grasped the need for humanity to reconnect itself to the planet’s landscape and natural resources more than Mark Everard, and this intuition is manifest throughout Common Ground.'
Paul Knight, CEO of the Salmon and Trout Association

'This is a skilful exposition of the historical, cultural, scientific and economic reasons for mankind's short-sighted reductive disconnection from the environment.'
Paul Raven, former Head of Conservation and Ecology at the Environment Agency


Common Ground explores the shifting relationship between human society and the landscapes that bear it. Examining the changing understandings of the natural world and its management and exploitation, environmental activist Mark Everard presents solutions in the nature of ecosystem services.

Notwithstanding our total dependence on the Earth's natural resources, the relationship between humanity and the land has shifted significantly and frequently throughout our tenure, brief as it is relative to the evolution of planetary life. Appropriating increasing proportions of nature's resources to meet our shifting and growing demands, we have been degrading the quality and extent of ecosystems, nearly destroying their capacities to meet the needs of a burgeoning population.

The book offers a fresh and vital whole-system approach to the key under-pinning the issue of sustainability. Everard looks ahead to what is required to live sustainably, respecting the central role of landscapes in supporting human wellbeing into the long-term future.


Mark Everard is the author of six other books, over 50 peer-reviewed scientific papers and over 150 technical magazine articles. He has served on numerous government advisory and expert groups in the UK, as well as advising other governments and multinational corporations on sustainability matters.

Common Ground: The Sharing of Land and Landscapes for Sustainability
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