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Book reviews

This section of the website posts reviews of books about conservation, natural history and the environment.

Some of the titles relate to projects of World Land Trust (WLT), others are field guides, handbooks and children's books. Also included are books that raise money for the Trust.

Some authors donate a percentage of the cover price to WLT, and where this is the case, it is indicated in the review. Other authors donate their public lending rights through the Green Ink initiative.

Reviews are by WLT staff and supporters. Opinions expressed are those of the reviewer and prices quoted are for a guide only.

Click on the book titles below to read the full reviews, and if you have any comments or would like to submit a review, please contact us.

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Many of the books reviewed by WLT are available from NHBS Everything for wildlife, science and environment online bookstore, which not only provides numerous discounts but also supports WLT.

At the end of a review check to see if there is a link to the book's page on the NHBS Everything for wildlife, science and environment website. If after clicking on an NHBS Everything for wildlife, science and environment link from one of our reviews you then buy that book from NHBS Everything for wildlife, science and environment bookstore, WLT will receive a percentage of the sale at no extra cost to you.

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Borrow library books by Green Ink authors

Green Ink is an initiative which enables authors and artists to donate their public lending rights to WLT to save habitats. This means that if you borrow from the library certain titles by Green Ink authors, WLT benefits.

Titles that support WLT through Green Ink are indicated in the summary text below and by the Green Ink logo on the review page. Find out more about Green Ink »

Book Reviews

  • Natural North
    A remarkable celebration of 30 years of photography by Alan Potts.
  • Animal Rights: Political & Social Change in Britain since 1800
    Although the book covers the subject well, it seems that the analysis of the arguments presented are sometimes one sided.

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