By Russell A. Mittermeier, Michael Totten, Laura Ledwith Pennypacker, Frederick Boltz, Cristina G. Mittermeier, Guy Midgley, Carlos Manuel Rodriguez, Glenn Prickett, Claude Gascon, Peter A. Seligmann, and Olivier Langrand.
"A Climate for Life: Meeting the Global Challenge" is a large-format illustrated book released internationally in the fall of 2008 in both English and Spanish-language editions.
By Alwyn H. Gentry
This field guide is the first ever to deal with the extraordinarily diverse flora of Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru. All families that contain woody, epiphytic, or scandent species in northwestern South America are included.
By Timothy J. Killeen, Ph.D.
The ongoing changes that threaten the Amazon Wilderness – agriculture, logging, climate change – will likely be intensified under a South American initiative to build roads and other infrastructure across the continent.
Proceedings of the Annual Seascapes Strategy Workshop.
By S.N. Stuart, E.O. Wilson, J.A. McNeely, R.A. Mittermeier
, J.P. Rodríguez
On 11 January 2010, the United Nations inaugurated the International Year of Biodiversity in Berlin. This initiative is timely, because the environmental movement suffers from an imbalance between its sense of urgency and its intensity of activity.
By Frank J. Bonaccorso, Illustrated by Fiona A. Reid, Aldi Oyarzabal, Stephen D. Nash, Lester Seri, Michael Hedemark
The bats, whose role as pollinators, seed dispersers and insect predators is of enormous importance in maintaining the health of tropical forest ecosystems, have been far less thoroughly studied in comparison with other elements of the Papuan fauna.
By Jonah Busch, Fabiano Godoy, Will R. Turner, Celia A. Harvey
By Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) and the Conservation International Pacific Islands Program (CI-Pacific)
By Dick Watling and James Atherton
POCKET Guide. This laminated pocket guide with over 80 color illustrations to identify species and individual maps for locating them is the tool to have on hand to identify birds in Samoa and American Samoa.
By Stephen J. Hall, Anne Delaporte, Michael J. Phillips, Malcolm Beveridge, and Mark O'Keefe
Released by WorldFish Center and Conservation International, this is the first global analysis of the ecological impact of seafood farming, an industry that has grown rapidly over the past 50 years and now provides half the seafood consumed worldwide.