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Что касается библиографии, впервые основные аргументы в пользу столь значительного расширения площади особо охраняемых природных территорий я изложил в книге «Будущее жизни» (The Future of Life) в 2002 г., а затем развил их в работе «Окно в бесконечность: прогулка с биологом по национальному парку "Горонгоcа"» (Window on Eternity: A Biologist's Walk Through Gorongosa National Park), вышедшей в 2014 г. Термин «пол-Земли» был предложен Тони Хиссом в статье «Может ли мир действительно выделить дикой природе половину планеты?» ("Can the World Really Set Aside Half the Planet for Wildlife?"), вышедшей в журнале в 2014 г. ( 45 (5): 66–78, 2014).

ЧАСТЬ I. ПРОБЛЕМА]]>

1. Мир гибнет, дважды]]>

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2. Человечество нуждается в биосфере]]>

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3. Какое биоразнообразие сохранилось до сегодняшнего дня?]]>

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4. Плач по носорогам]]>

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7. Почему темп вымирания растет]]>

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8. Влияние изменения климата: на суше, в море и в воздухе]]>

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9. Самая опасная картина мира]]>

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ЧАСТЬ II. НАСТОЯЩИЙ МИР ЖИВОГО]]>

10. Наука о сохранении природы]]>

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12. Неизведанные паутины жизни]]>

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13. Водный мир, где все совсем по-другому]]>

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15. Биосфера: избранное]]>

Перечисленные в этой главе территории были выбраны мной и 18 видными биологами на основе богатого опыта полевых исследований. Следующие ученые приняли участие в отборе: Лиан Алонсо (Leeanne Alonso), Стефан Кавер (Stefan Cover), Сильвия Эрл (Sylvia Earle), Брайан Фишер (Brian Fisher), Эдриан Форсайт (Adrian Forsyth), Роберт Джордж (Robert George), Гарри Грин (Harry Greene), Томас Лавджой (Thomas Lovejoy), Маргарет (Мег) Лоуман (Margaret (Meg) Lowman), Дэвид Мэддисон (David Maddison), Брюс Минс (Bruce Means), Рус Митермайер (Russ Mittermeier), Марк Моффет (Mark Moffett), Пиотр Наскреки (Piotr Naskrecki), Стюарт Пимм (Stuart Pimm), Гиллеан Пранс (Ghillean Prance), Питер Равен (Peter Raven) и Диана Уолл (Diana Wall).

16. Новый взгляд на историю видов]]>

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ЧАСТЬ III. РЕШЕНИЕ]]>

17. Пробуждение]]>

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19. Пол-Земли: как спасти биосферу]]>

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20. В поисках выхода из тупика]]>

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21. Что делать?]]>

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