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How To Be A Bad Birdwatcher

Author: Simon Barnes
Publisher: Short Books
ISBN: 1780720696
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Look out of the window. See a bird. Enjoy it. Congratulations. You are now a bad birdwatcher. Anyone who has ever gazed up at the sky or stared out of the window knows something about birds. In this funny, inspiring, eye-opening book, Simon Barnes paints a riveting picture of how bird-watching has framed his life and can help us all to a better understanding of our place on this planet. How to be a bad birdwatcher shows why birdwatching is not the preserve of twitchers, but one of the simplest, cheapest and most rewarding pastimes around.

The Meaning Of Sport

Author: Simon Barnes
Publisher: Short Books
ISBN: 1780720750
Size: 61.55 MB
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In The Meaning of Sport, award winning sports writer Simon Barnes gives you his grandstand seat for a journey from the Olympic Games in Athens to the World Cup in Germany - via the Ashes series, the Ryder Cup, Wimbledon, and more. He examines why sport holds us all in such thrall, how it uplifts and crushes us - and can seem to matter more than life itself. He challenges us to recognise the intelligence of Wayne Rooney, the making of Freddie Flintoff, the mythic nature of Steve Redgrave; and he ponders the ultimate cruelty of the game. This is the book which asks the questions no one else has thought of, and finds some surprising answers. Sport has never been written about like this before

The Art Of Mindful Birdwatching

Author: Claire Thompson
Publisher: Leaping Hare Press
ISBN: 1782406271
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"In The Art of Mindful Birdwatching, Claire Thompson elegantly weaves a narrative full of her own delightfully documented encounters with birds in amongst sage guidance on using mindfulness to help readers become deeply aware of the present moment. Following Claire's clearly described exercises has the potential to lead one from mere identification to making deeply insightful observations into the life of birds." - British Trust of Ornithology Through personal anecdote and expert insight, Claire Thompson of BirdLife International invites us on a mindful journey through gardens, cities, open country, forests, coasts and mountains to enjoy and learn from the magnificent beauty and diversity of the avian world. Who has never gazed enviously at a bird soaring through the sky? Or delighted in the uplifting tunes of nature’s songsters? Birds can do wonders for our hearts and minds - if we simply pay them attention. With The Art of Mindful Birdwatching, Claire Thompson reveals how the practice of mindfulness enriches our birdwatching experiences - and explores how birds are, in turn, the ideal inspiration for the practice of mindfulness. To Claire, bird flight is a symbol of freedom to soar through life without constraint, and mindfulness similarly enables us to invite freedom and happiness into our own lives.

Research Handbook On International Law And Natural Resources

Author: Elisa Morgera
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 1783478330
Size: 44.56 MB
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Research Handbook on International Law and Natural Resources provides a systematic and comprehensive analysis of the role of international law in regulating the exploration and exploitation of natural resources. It illuminates interactions and tensions between international environmental law, human rights law and international economic law. It also discusses the relevance of soft law, international dispute settlement, as well as of various unilateral, bilateral, regional and transnational initiatives in the governance of natural resources. While the Handbook is accessible to those approaching the subject for the first time, it identifies pressing areas for further investigation that will be of interest to advanced researchers.

Love For The Future

Author: David Osborne
Publisher: Wild Goose Publications
ISBN: 1849522685
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Climate change, pollution and diminishing resources mean that the future will be difficult for life on earth. We need the courage to face up to what is happening, the determination to work at the problems and the freedom to let go of the old ways of living which are causing such damage to the earth.

A Doctor In Collintrae

Author: Tom Smith
Publisher: Short Books
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When he arrived to take up his first posting as a GP in Collintrae, a small fishing village on the west coast of Scotland, Tom Smith wasn't sure what to expect. Certainly nothing in his training could have prepared him for the likes of Mad Maggie, the baker with nine lives and the giggling nuns, to list but a few cases.

Torn Apart

Author: Tim Willis
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ISBN: 9781904977308
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For too long, fathers separated from their children have not had a voice. This book finally lets them have their say, highlighting the injustice of the British legal system. Meet Terry, a designer, whose daughter has only been allowed to stay with him for two nights in the last two years. Despite legal aid funding, his ex-wife has consistently ignored court orders to give him access. Meet Rory, a computer programmer, whose ex took their children abroad, then turned them against him. Or Steve, depressed and unemployed, who has only been allowed to see his kids under social services' supervision, while his ex has married a man with a violent criminal record. In this book all kinds of men talk about their experiences and fears.

British Railway Enthusiasm

Author: Ian Carter
Publisher: Manchester University Press
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This is the first academic book to study railway enthusiasts in Britain. Far from a trivial topic, the postwar train-spotting craze swept most boys and some girls into a passion for railways. For many in this cohort, train spotting ignited a lifetime's interest. British Railway Enthusiasm traces this postwar cohort and those who followed, as they moved through the life cycle. As the years turned these people invigorated different sectors in the world of railway enthusiasm--train spotting, railway modeling, collecting railway relics--and then, in response to widespread grief at main line steam traction's death, Britain's now-huge preserved railway industry. Today this industry finds itself riven by tensions between preserving a loved past which ever fewer people can remember and earning money from tourist visitors.