Saving Puget Sound: A Conservation Strategy for the 21st Century
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315 pages, subject index
Published by American Fisheries Society in association with University of Washington Press
Publication date: November 2006
No other developed area in the world matches the Puget Sound region’s combination of beauty, wealth, natural resiliency, and history of environmental concern. Saving Puget Sound develops a practical proposal to conserve the Puget Sound region’s most important ecosystems in the face of long-term population growth, drawing lessons that are relevant across the Northwest and other parts of the country. It provides both a vision for conservation and a detailed review of the political and legal issues that must be at the core of any practical strategy to achieve it.
This book will appeal to general readers interested in the future of the region, conservation professionals working on issues such as land use and endangered species, and students of environmental policy nationwide.
Author’s Note and Acknowledgments
PART I: A Practical, Long-Term Proposal
PART II: The Relevant Laws