- Title Pages
- CHAPTER 1 The Environmental Historiography of Britain*
- CHAPTER 2 The Highlands and the Roots of Green Consciousness, 1750–1990*
- CHAPTER 3 Exploiting Scottish Semi-natural Woods, 1600–1850*
- CHAPTER 4 The Pinewoods and Human Use, 1600–1900*
- CHAPTER 5 The Atlantic Oakwoods as a Commercial Crop in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries*
- CHAPTER 6 Bogs and People in Scotland since 1600*
- CHAPTER 7 Energy Rich, Energy Poor: Scotland, Ireland and Iceland, 1600–1800*
- CHAPTER 8 The Improvers and the Scottish Environment: Soils, Bogs and Woods*
- CHAPTER 9 Trees as Historic Landscapes: from Wallace's Oak to Reforesting Scotland*
- CHAPTER 10 The Alien Species in Twentieth-Century Britain: Inventing a New Vermin*
- CHAPTER 11 Modern Agriculture and the Decline of British Biodiversity*
- CHAPTER 12 History, Nature and Culture in British Nature Conservation*
- CHAPTER 13 Environmental Consciousness*
- Select Bibliography
- Exploring Environmental History
- Edinburgh University Press
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