Boundaries are ubiquitous across a wide range of ecological systems and spatial scales. However, most research on boundaries has been scale and system specific. Investigates how management systems and their dynamics can improve stewardship of selected ecosystems. In this new book, all these have been discussed such as climate change, sustainable economies, education, and food from an ecocentric perspective. It addresses the need not only to understand ecological science, but to put that science into an ecosystem conservation ethics perspective.
Daniel Dela Torre completed his MSc in Environmental Science from the University of the Philippines Diliman in 2016. His primary interests are ecological monitoring using remote sensing and the effects of climate variability on vegetation. He is engaged in the University of the Philippines as a Senior Science Research Specialist working on LiDAR mapping of agricultural resources.