Holding on and letting go: nature, temporality and environmental management
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A politics of letting go (or not) This book explores how different concepts of nature and time are embedded in diverse human practices of landscape and environmental management. Our ambition is to discuss a variety of temporalities, including perspectives that look backward to questions of history and heritage, and forward to the Anthropocene and the uncertainties of climate change. The book examines how these multiple temporalities are entwined with human environmental interactions, landscape management and nature conservation in the present.